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JONATHAN DAYTON 
HIGH SCHOOL 

MOUNTAIN AVENUE 
SPRINGFIELD, NJ 07081 

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STUDENT LIFE 



SENIORS 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



FACULTY 



CLUBS & EVENTS 



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Right: Senior 

friends llissa, 

Vickie, Ashley, and 

Alycia monkey 

around with Don, 

"The Monkey Man". 



Below: Lisa DeNicolo was just saved by 
this strong, manly, headless lifeguard. 





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There was so much going on this past summer. Some students 
hustled to the beach, while others vacationed with their families. Some 
of the hottest vacation spots of the summer season included Wildwood, 
Florida, Long Beach Island, Cape May, and Maryland. 

Some students were also found at the Springfield Pool or in friends' 
pools. 

"I went down to Seaside Heights a few times with my friends," 
commented sophomore Darcy Ginsberg. 

Although most of us relaxed and vacationed, many JDHS students 
weren't so fortunate. Many had to work to support their lavish lifestyles 

"I worked at a Law Firm in Springfield," said senior Jodi Santo. 

Other than working in offices, many students served as camp 
counselors at the local JCC this past summer, while others worked as 
cashiers, lifeguards, and baby sitters. 

Summertime can be a blast, but unfortunately it flies by too quickly. 
Once again, September rolls around and back to school we go! 



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"looney" at Six Flags this summer. 




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Above: Russell and John spend an afternoon 
at the beach, baking in the sun. 




Left: The Santo sisters, Jodi and Casey, 
show their sisterly love at Dorney Park. 

Below: Chad and llissa enjoy a spec- 
tacular sunset on a warm summer 
evening. 





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/Afoove: Dana and "family" take a 
quick picture before they prepare to 
take the boat ride of their lives. 

Left: Scott asks, "How come Josh 
and Jacob get all the girls?" 



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Right: Anthony, he's made out 

of paper; he doesn't have a 

heartbeat or pulse. 



Right: Dana prides 
herself on drawing fish. 



Below (right): These juniors are 
preparing to jump through the rings 
to race down the"Junior Olympics" 
hallway. 

Below: Sophomore girls take a 
break from decorating their 
hallway, "Sophomore Celebra- 
tions". 




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Right: These juniors feel a sense of 
relief after a long night decorating. 



Below: Now that's school spirit! 




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Spirit Week, similar to years in the past, was filled 
with many competitive events and close calls. The two 
events that stirred up the most competition amongst 
students were the Pep Rally and Hall Decorating. 

The outcome of this year's Hall Decorating com- 
petition was truly unexpected. The sophomores came 
in first place with Sophomore Celebrations, which 
encompassed all the holidays that occur during a 
calendar year. The seniors who decorated their hall- 
way with sea creatures, were content when awarded 
second place with 2001 Leagues Under the Sea, 
although they had hoped to win. The juniors came in 
third place with Junior Olympics, and the freshmen 
were, unfortunately, disqualified for purchasing their 
decorations for Happy Birthday, as opposed to creat- 
ing them on their own. Well, they now know for next 
year. 

Later that same afternoon, after the judging of 
the hallways, students filled the gymnasium for the 
Pep Rally to cheer on their fall sports teams. Senior 
Christy Delloiacono, wearing white face paint and a 
cape on her back, announced the fall athletes as they 
made their way towards the center of the gymnasium. 

Judging the student decorations, spirit, and ex- 
citement during the pep rally was definitely a difficult 
taskforthe judges. The seniors and juniors were neck- 
and-neck in competition; however, the outstanding 
decorations and abundant cheers helped the seniors 
to pull through towards victory. This made up for their 
loss to the sophomores in the Hall Decoration compe- 
tition. 

Although they did not win either competition, the 
freshmen did demonstrate great enthusiasm. Fresh- 
man Corey Falkin explains, "Now that I've seen the 
pep rally and know what to expect, next year I'm going 
to be bouncing off the walls!" 






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Above (middle): As seniors, these girls are 
making the most of their last pep rally at Dayton. 

Above: These joyful juniors get pumped up for 
the afternoon pep rally. 



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Above: These sassy sophomores know 
how to spice things up! 



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Below: Amanda steers clear from any hungry 
bunnies roaming the lunchroom. 



Below: The heavenly duo, Barry and Jen, 
conquer evil in the Dayton hallways. 

Middle: Maggie looks pretty tempting to 
these sexy bunnies. 



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Here's Joey Rodriguez. 








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Above Middle: Ashley and Jessica appear to be 
going through an identity crisis. 



Above: Mr. DellaPia and his sidekick, Alex, sure 
do make a dangerous duo. 



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This Halloween, even though the seniors chose not to do the 
usual haunted house, the spirit of Halloween was still very 
noticeable. While it seemed as though not as many people 
chose to dress up as in previous years, walking through the 
halls, there were still many students who chose to come to 
school in costume. As always, most students dressed up in 
groups with their friends. Some freshmen opted to come as 
football players, but most of them decided to. dress up as 
cats. The sophomores wore outfits from the 80's, and the 
juniors wore an assortment of different costumes. The 
seniors decided against the traditional senior cats, and were 
Playboy bunnies instead. Some teachers also dressed up 
for the occasion, showing their Halloween spirit as well. As 
you can see, Halloween at Dayton this year was quite a 
"thrilling" event! 



3elow: Barry (top) and Erika 
(middle) can tell you some 
• "hair-raising" stories. 




Below: Maggie's style 
epitomizes "comfort". 





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STYLE & FASH 



Versace, Armani, Prada, Gucci are some of the 
designers we wear here at JDHS - some real, some 
fake! "The hallways here serve as runways for 
JDHS students," comments Claudia Petrilli. Other 
than those wearing the common tee shirt and jeans, 
the majority of students at Dayton share the same 
sense of fashion. ..styles seen in Cosmo girl. 

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regarding style, and here are the results: A + A ++ A 



Favorite 
Designers 

1 . Guess 

2. Polo 

3. DKNY 

4. Tommy 

5. Bebe 



Favorite 
Store 

1 . Express 

2. Gap 

3. Bloomingdale's 



Favorite 



1 . Chain belts 

2. Karma beads 

3. Watches 



4. Abercrombie & Fitch 4. Necklaces 



5. Nordstrom 



5. Hoop Earrings 





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look cute in her Congo tee? 
\bove: There's Joe showing 
off his tattoo again. 




Above: There 
goes Gonzalo 
sportin' a flashy 
style! 

Left: Figuring 
that girls are 
now into jean 
jackets, Matt 
attempts to wear 
Diana's jacket to 
attract the 
ladies. 



Above: Abby, looking like a diva, and 

Josh, portraying a stud, are ready for a 

night on town. 



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Flight and Right (middle): These senior 
girls chant "Somewhere Over the Rain- 
bow," knowing that their dresses cover 
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Below: Capturing a 
cute moment, they 
have many of them, 
let's see how long 
this one lasts. 





Below: Prom 2000 Prince and Princess are 

one other than the studly Eugene Silva and 

the stunning Jenn Cheung. 





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Last minute hair appointments, broken tips, wrong 
colored corsages, and baseball games didn't stop 
seniors and juniors from making it to Prom 2000 on 
time. For most of the girls, it was an unforgettable night 
that had been planned for months. But for the guys, it 
was a chance to see their beautiful dates looking better 
than ever. 

The countless hours spent searching for the perfect 
dresses, tuxedoes, accessories, hair dos, and make- 
up artist made both the guys and girls glamorous. 

The photographer started the evening with pictures 
and the waiters followed with the hors d'oeuvres. After 
the D.J. played the first song, people couldn't 
stop dancing. Not only was it a marvelous sight, 
but the students were really enjoying them- 
selves. 

Before the night began to wind down, the juniors 
and seniors were proud to find out that the prom 
prince and princess were Eugene Silva and 
Jenn Cheung. And then the moment came that 
everyone had waited for the announcement of 
the senior class king and queen. The winners 
were Justin Katz and Jessica Lau. 
When the prom finally came to an end, and the 
music began to subside, the party didn't stop. 
Most students boarded into their limos to con- 
tinue the party in the city. Prom 2000 was a huge 
success and will never be forgotten by the 
attendees! 

Left: Chase, Ross, and Mo are 
caught checking out their 
gorgeous dates. 



Far left: How did 
these guys get 
such hot dates? 

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too thrilled with 
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photos Alia is 
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Right: Quick, squeeze in! One last picture 
before we leave for the dance. 



Right: Russell Haywood 

and Dana Rutkowski are 

this year's Homecoming 

King and Queen. 

Below: Stefano Sarracino 

and Melissa LoSchiavo 

serve as this year's Junior 

class Prince and Princess. 




Right: Jill Kurzner and 

Frankie Miceli dance 

together as this year's 

Freshmen Prince and 

Princess. 



Right: Sophomore 
girls "strike a pose". 



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HOMECOMING 



Homecoming 2000, the winding down of spirit week, 
was an amazing night. From decorations to dancing til' we 
dropped, everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves. All 
this fun led up to. . . the suspense of who would win the titles 
of Prince, Princess, King, and Queen! 

After the votes were calculated, the royal court was 
announced. The prince and princess for the freshmen class 
were Frankie Miceli and Jill Kurzner. Anthony Rodriguez 
and Darcy Ginsberg won for the sophomore class, and 
Stefano Sarricino and Melissa LoSchiavo won for the junior 
class. After the excitement of the crowd settled down, the 
Senior King and Queen were then announced. The beauti- 
ful Dana Rutkowski and the studly Russell Haywood were 
honored as this year's Homecoming King and Queen. After 
being nominated for the past three years, and not winning, 
Dana was surprized to receive this title. 

At the end of the night, Senior Superlatives were 
announced, which also caught many winners, and non- 
winners, by surprise. "It's an honor to be recognized by your 
peers," said Chad Freundlich, who won best dressed and 
most tai:<ative. Overall, the homecoming dance turned out 
to be a success. 



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Above: Cris and Alia pose fo 
quick photo before leaving for 
Homecoming Dance. 



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Below: These JDHS students use their hangout 
time to do community service. 

Middle: Junior girls don't need to go to the gym, 
they just go to Vangie's house on the weekends. 






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HANG OUTS 



The hot spots in Springfield consist of Dunkin' 
Donuts, Bennigans, Amoco, 7-1 1 , and UPD's (Union 
Plaza Diner). If you're driving around Springfield 
and you're wondering where the party is at, just 
stop in one of these places and you're bound to run 
into JDHS students. 

During the week, students relax and occasion- 
ally go out with their friends. But when the week- 
ends come, the students of JDHS party all night. 
Whether it's at a house party or a night around the 
town, everyone is always having fun. So if you're 
not going to the city next weekend, come to Spring- 
field and chill where the party is at. 



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Jodi look like they 
are having a good 
time hanging out 
at the Huck Finn 
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Above: Roman is hanging 
around looking "GQ". 



Above: Senior girls find time to take a picture at 
3ennigan's, a favorite hangout of Dayton students. 



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slurpee machine in 7-11 while 

telling a friend about her great 

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Left: Joe Petraccaro looks on with 
anticipation of learning the secret 
handshake from Mike Lyubavin and 
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Spirit Week & 
Interclass Games 

While it may seem as though Dayton is not outra- 
geously school spirited, there are certain times of the 
year when Dayton's students show their true colors 
(orange and blue of course). One of these times is 
during our school's spirit week. During spirit week, 
students have the opportunity to dress up in certain 
styles, decorate their own hallways, and cheer their 
classmates onto victory during interclass games. 
This year, the students dressed up in a variety of 
different styles Monday through Wednesday. On 
Thursday, hall decorating took place. The freshmen 
chose to do a birthday party, the "sophomore cel- 
ebration" was the theme for their hallway, the juniors 
replicated the Olympics, and the seniors topped it off 
with "2001 leagues under the sea". Finishing off the 
week was interclass games, made up of several 
events including a pie eating contest, tug of war, 
basketball free throw, and a volleyball tournament. 
The seniors came in first, with the juniors coming in 
close behind, followed by the sophomores and the 
freshmen. When they want to be, Dayton's students 
are certainly filled with school spirit! 



Below: "Yummy!" says Ashley as she licks 
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Above: These ladies aren't focusing on the 

games; they've got their eyes, or should we 

say hands, on Byron. 



Above: Senior Dawgs Ashley. Vickie. Vicky, Christy. AN. and 

Alycia get ready to rumble at interclass games. 

Above (middle): Freshmen girls pull onto victory 

as they defeat the other classes in tug-of-war. 



Below: Dayton cheerleaders decorate Football Manager 
Joe Vorhees's house during Spirit Week. 



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more girls 
struggle to win 
the tug-of-war 
battle, but 
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Ryan 

Stromeyer, 
Nicole Osit, 
and Jessica 
Goldblat take 
a break to 
give Ryan a 
quick pep 
talk before 
the boys' 
free throw 
competition. 




Above: Jaime hikes the ball to Dana, Dana catches it and passes for the next touchdown. The seniors 
have no problem taking control of the field during the Powder Puff football game during Spirit Week. 



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LOCKERS 



Lockers. Where would we be without them? Most of us 
don't realize how important our lockers really are. All of our 
belongings, such as books, notebooks, and our lunches, would 
have to be carried around with us all day, every day. Our 
lockers, here at Dayton, serve as a home away from home, no 
matter how inconvenient they are to get to with regards to 
getting to class. 

"I hate that my locker is all the way upstairs and most of my 
classes are downstairs," complains sophomore Amie 
Faigenbaum. 

Although not everyone can be completely content with 
the location of his or her locker, we all appreciate the little space 
we have to store our personal belongings. "If we didn't have 
locker space, I'd have so many extra books and things to carry 
from one class to another," says Senior Vinny Chin. 

The locker space students are provided with make the trip 
from one class to another less trying. Each locker has one shelf 
on top, to store a lunch perhaps, and three hooks to hang a 
jacket and/or bag. In addition, they are made of metal, so 
Dayton students can hang up pictures of their friends using 
decorative magnets. 

Not only do lockers serve as efficient means of storage, 
but students use their locker location as meeting places before 
and after classes to gossip. This helps students to fulfill the 
most important aspect of their school day. 



Below: Confused. Mitch thinks to 
himself, "Is this my locker?" 
Below (middle): lyeisha and Karen love 
their lockers ...and each other! 





Above: Nicole Osit is really 
attached to her locker. 



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Above: Sunana and Maria se- 
cretly stockpile Snapple in case 
the Arnolds run out. 



Above: Lindsey smiles as she thinks, 
"I can't seem to find anything." 



Sports and homework fill only a third of the time students spend 
after school. The students that are not found watching reruns of 
Beverly Hills 9021 0, Dawson's Creek, or Smack Down, can be found 
working at Fossil, in an office, or coaching a recreational team. 

Our students know that the best part of having a job is getting paid. 

Experiences, meeting new people, and having something to do, are 

positive aspects as well. However, having a job does have its down 

side: minimum wage, long hours, and little time to hang out with 

I friends. 

Many of the students at Dayton will not have enough time to 

i continue their jobs after high school, but it serves them purpose now. 

Whether students save money for gas, CDs, clothing, or college, 

Dayton students know that having a job is essential to one's vitality. 

| Below: Dara Mirjahanjiry and Russell Haywood make 
some extra cash working at Greg's Autobody Shop. 



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JOBS 



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Below: "Want to buy a Fossil watch?" 
asks Cris Melendez and Monica Schwartz. 




Above: Josh Fraenkel spends 

his summer as a counselor at 

Camp Yachad. 



Above: Joe Voorhees chills in 

the shade while his campers play 

along side the pool. 



Above: Dana Rutkowski helps 
coach Dayton's future cheerleaders. 



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LUNCH 



Below: Feed Me!. ..Yum, Yum! 



For thirty minutes of the school day, Dayton students 
head to the cafeteria to catch up with friends and make up for 
the breakfast they skipped while rushing out the door at 7:30 
a.m. "It's the first time I get to eat since waking up... from 
calculus class," jokes senior Mark Tratenberg. Whether we 
buy a lunch, bring a lunch, or just beg our friends for a half- 
eaten bag of Doritos, everyone agrees that lunch is the best 
part of the day. "It's a great time to socialize with friends," says 
senior Michelle Barone. At lunch tables, Dayton students joke 
around with friends, work on last night's homework, 
and talk about everything from TV shows to new styles 
of clothes. 

Right: Christina and Abby are so 

excited to see each other at 

lunch. After all, they haven't had a 

chance to talk since... 5th period. 





Right: Can you 

count the number 

of Powerades at 

this table? 



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Right: How does she do it? Candice always 
manages to surround herself with guys. 



Below: Colby, Danielle, and AN are dolled up for a 
party held earlier this year. 




AFTER HOURS 

Believe it or not, after a full week of school, homework, 
and after school jobs, Dayton students still manage to 
maintain active social lives. Meeting up with everyone 
after school and on the weekends allows students to have 
fun with friends and catch up on the latest gossip. 

Finding Dayton students after hours is not a difficult 
task. If you're hungry, you can stop by the Union Plaza 
Diner or Bennigan's on Route 22 where you'll stumble 
upon good food and Dayton students. After dinner, or a 
late night snack, you can stop by Amoco to fill your tank, 
and meet up with friends. Others choose to go to the city, 
go to the movies, or go to local parties. 

Although the weekend seems too short, one thing is 
certain, Dayton students have managed to perfect the art 
of locating and hanging out with friends and making use 
of their after hours hang out time. 

Left: Junior Billy Chambers has been having a hard time getting 
dates on Saturday nights, so he found a solution. Women now 
flock to him like bees to honey. 




Above: Sopho- 
more girls spend 
an evening at 
Bennigan's, a 
popular after hour 
dwelling, for Jamie 
Neville's birthday. 

Left: These 
senior guys know 
they look good! 



Left: Freshman Rob Kleyman is startled when junior 
beauty queen, Heather Shanley, chooses him to 
take a picture with her. 



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A car is essential for upperclassmen. Un- 
less you like hanging out at 7-Eleven with your 
mom and rolling up to school in an '89 Caravan, 
you'll want your own set of wheels. The majority of 
cars in the student parking lot are small or midsize 
coupes and sedans. Camrys, Civics, Accords, 
Maximas, Corollas, and Cavaliers are all com- 
monly driven by teenagers. A handful of students 
get stuck with their mothers' Buicks while others 
demand horsepower and park their sports cars 
diagonally in the back row. Joining the Supra and 
the Camaros are supped up automobiles with 
L.E.D. lights, tints, and rims. These drivers have 
other costly add-ons and display them without 
worrying about scratches and dings. It's obvious 
juniors and seniors love their cars and won't leave 
home without 'em! 



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people have risked 

their lives riding in 

that Pathfinder. 

Right (middle): Jacob 

Goldsmith is just 

chillin' in his 2000 

BMW 323 on chrome. 

Right: Altay Vigilante 

and Nichole Cox stop 

by the Sarracino's for a 

real Italian dinner. 





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Below: The senior girls catch some rays on the hood of Jamie's Alero. 



/Above: 98 Toyota 4 Runner 

Owner: Hassan McKay 

Custom Face, Tints, XL Foglamp, bug 

deflector and more... 




Above: 94 Toyota Camry V6 

Owner: Felix Mil 

Momo Rims, Tints, Custom Lights, 

Custom face and more... 




Above: 95 Honda Accord Ex 
Owner: Vincent Chin 
Custom lights, 2- 12 inch JL Audio Subs, 
Custom Face and Speakers, Apex ex- 
haust, AEM intake and more... 





Above: 90 Eagle Talon Turbo 

Owner: Anthony DeAngelo 

16 inch AR Rims, 2 10 inch Subs, Custom 

Face and Speakers, tints, and more... 




Above: Lisa is 
ready to race 
home as soon 
as the bell 
rings. 

Left: Jodi and 
Claudia have 
their shades 
on and are 
ready to go 
cruisin'. 



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ur years ago, approximately one hundred timid fresh- 
en sat in Halsey Auditorium listening to the welcome 
speech of Principal Serson, already contemplating a 
devious senior prank. As time progressed, the senior 
class managed to grow physically, socially, and emotion- 
ally into responsible young adults, ready to face the 
challenges of the future. Many of our most cherished 
memories were created during these years. As a diverse 
student body, we will continue to grow from our experi- 
ences at Dayton. Regardless of what the future holds, we 
will all remember those who have touched us in some way 
and those who have shaped us into becoming who we are 
today. As we close the door to this stage of our lives, and 
begin to embark on our next journey, there are a few 
things to always keep in mind: follow your dreams, reach 
for the stars, and never compromise your ideals. 



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Above: While standing in front of Ms. 

Townsend's senior health class, senior Alexis 

Ferrine giggles to herself, "Why did I volunteer 

for this demonstration?" 



Right: Happy that 

she got a head start 

on her science 

homework, Sevda 

Darkanat packs up 
her books and waits 

for the bell to ring. 




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help after just swallowing a lemon. 

Right: Alia and Rachel smile 

because they found out they just 

received A's on their history tests. 



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look like a duo that could cause a three car 
pile-up! 



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CLASS FLIRT 

Right: It's no surprise that Ashley King 
and Mike Grieco received this one. 

They are always seen with members of 
the opposite sex, swearing that they 

are "just friends." 



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Prettiest Peefert 

NICEST EYES 



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Falkin could melt hearts with these 

gorgeous eyes 




Nicest Threads 

BEST DRESSED 

Left: Mirror, Mirror on the wall... Who's the best 
dressed of them all? That's simple... The best 
dressed seniors are llissa Nico and Chad Freundlich! 







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BA1LSY 

CLASS CLOWN 

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NICEST SMILE 

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Mirjahungary nearly blind us with their 

pearly whites! 








Most Likely to Replace the 
Snuggles Bear 

CUTEST 

Left: Lindsey DeCoster and Mike 
Grieco are the most huggable seniors! 



MOST LIKELY TO MAKE YOU 
DIE OF LAUGHTER 

MOST CONTAGIOUS LAUGH 

Right: There is no use in trying to keep a straight face when 

these three are around. Lisa DeNicolo, Mike Colandrea, 

and Abby Victor bring out the laughter in everyone! 



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SUPERLATIVES'SENIOR SUPERLATIVES^SENIOR SUPER 




St ST SO ID 

BEST PHYSIQUE 

Right: Do these two hit the 

gym? It sure looks like they do. 

Tara Listowski and Sergey 

Khoroshevskiy sure do have 

amazing bods. 




Most Likely to have the 
Largest Cell ?hone Bill 

MOST TALKATIVE 

Left: There is never a dull moment when it comes 
to these two! Ilissa Nico and Chad Freundlich are 
always talking... However, most of the time it's to 
each other! 




Most Likely to Help an Old 
Lady Cross the Street 

PERSONALITY PLUS 

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good to have around whether you need a favor or 
just a smile. 




MOST LIKELY TO NAME 

THEIR SON JONATHAN 

DAYTON 

MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED 

Right: Always count on Christy 

Dellioacono & Joe Voorhees to be 

the highlight of all pep rallies and 

sporting events! 



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Left: The unique style of Jodi Santo 
and Matt Zaitz definitely sets them 
apart from the rest. 



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CLASS COUPLE 

Right: It keeps going, and going, and going, 
and going,... nothing outlasts the 4 year rela- 
tionship of James Cariello and Dana Rutkowski. 





From Fashion Not to 
Totally Hot 

MOST CHANGED SINCE FRESHMEN 
YEAR 

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entered high school as timid freshmen and 
ended up as two of Dayton's finest seniors! 

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MOST ARTISTIC 

Right: Next time you visit the Metropolitan Mu- 
seum of Art don't forget to look for the master- 
pieces of Maria Gonella and Vincent Chin. 




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a Cordless Phone 

CLASS CLUTZ 

Left: Never underestimate the power of tripping 
over your own two feet. Jenn Cheung and Scott 
Kessel could clarify this one for us! 



Most Likely to be 
Seen On Broadway 

CLASS ACTOR/ACTRESS 

Right: Don't be surprised if you see 

the names of Joe lellimo and Josh 

Fraenkel in a future playbill. 





LEAST LIKELY TO APPEAR 
AT A KARAOKE BAR 

MOST SHY 

Left: We were surprised that we could even snag Faye 
Auslander and Pete Shepard for this photo! 



Most Likely to be Seen 
on a Wheaties Box 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Right: Whether it's on the court or the 

field, Carmine Santerella and Tara 

Listowski have no problem demonstrating 

:r amazing athletic ability. 





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CLASS MUSICIAN 

Left: If Jon Zipkin is this musical inclined at the 
age of 17, we can only imagine where he'll be at 
the age of 27! 



Most Likely to Study Phys- 
ics OVER THE SUMMER 

MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

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Khoroshevskiy are two prime examples 

that hard work does pay off! 





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Left: Christina Tomasino and Scott Kessel asked 
this very question just minutes before we 
snapped this photo. 




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JOINED ATTHE HIP 



Right: If you ever saw these duos 
apart, (Rena Kleyman/Jane Fuks 
and Jacob Goldsmith/Scott 
Kessel), it must have been in 
your dreams!! 




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The underclassmen population at Dayton con- 
sist of approximately 300 plus students, which 
without we would have no student body. Be- 
cause Dayton is a small school, students from 
all grade levels frequently interact with each 
other on a daily basis. For some, this is a good 
thing; for others, this could be bad. Being an 
underclassmen is not always a scary experi- 
ence. Perhaps at first it is, but as you become 
familiar with the school and the teachers, and 
begin to make friends, being in high school 
seems less intimidating. That senior who 
seemed larger than life to you when you arrived 
to school on the first day of freshman year, or 
sophomore year, or even junior year, may very 
well end up being your closest friend. From the 
seniors to the underclassmen... enjoy your days 
in high school and use your time wisely, for in a 
blink of an eye it will all be over. 



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himself so he can sneak onto an 
underclassmen page. 



UNDERCLASSMEN'UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Mohamed Abdelaziz 

Esther Aizenberg 

Gracemarie Alfano 

Vance Barnes 

Lauren Belliveau 



Brian Birch 

Heather Bohnenberger 

Pamela Bookbinder 

La Quan Boone 

Danielle Boroff 



Lauren Brahm 

Irina Bratach 

Roman Bronshteyn 

Brandon Bryant 

Meghan Bubb 



Nicole Burke 

Lindsey Butler 

Frank Carbone 

Billy Chambers 

Tahirah Clarke 






Above: Junior boys lean on Brian 
Birch for moral and physical suport. 

Right: Junior angels, Lauren, Talia, 
and Maria, spread peacefulness and 
goodness through the hallways. 



JUNIORS 




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Adam Cohen 
Sean Cordoni 
Tara Corigliano 
Shany David 
Drew DeCagna 



Bryan Demberger 
Sheryl Denning 
Amir Ebrahimzadeh 
Dana Eisenberg 
Stacey Fishkin 



Tabatha Fishkin 
Chase Freundlich 
Alexander Garlen 
Lauren Gearity 
Jessica Goldblat 



Garry Goldman 
Erica Greene 
Marc Grieco 
Kristina Gritsay 
Evangeline Guilas 



Marsha Handeli 
Melina Hector 
Hani Heiba 
Telicia Hill 
Scott Hollander 



Dean Kakounis 
Eric Knapp 
Michelle Kraemer 
Nicole Krivak 
Anna Lepore 



Jennifer Lewis 
Jonathan Lewis 
Robert Lima 
Evelyn Loaiza 
Melissa LoSchiavo 



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Diana Marques 

Juliet Marx 

Joseph Mase 

Benjamin Maslow 

Christian Montero 



Candice Mooney 

Wojciech Mysliwiec 

Shervon Norfleet 

Nicole Osit 

Matthew Paz 



Annibal Peixoto 

Samantha Pellet 

Joseph Petraccaro 

Christopher Phillips 

Daniel Poltrock 



Ibin Raheem 

Ross Rahmani 

Katy Reyes 

Nona Ring 

Camilo Rodriguez 



Miri Rosen 

Chris Sarracino 

Stefano Sarracino 

Laura Schiavone 

Kevin Schulman 



Monica Schwartz 

Heather Shanley 

Kanishka Sharma 

Raghav Sharma 

Ziad Shehady 



Laurie Sherman 

Kaushik Solanki 

Carlos Soto 

Rena Steinbach 

Christopher Steitz 




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Ryan Stromeyer 
Megan Anne Tavis 
Monica Taylor 
Kimberly Terhune 
Colby Tiss 



Pamela Traum 
Alphonsa Vadakethalakel 
Jared Weisman 
Stephanie Weiss 
Justin Woodruff 



Cortney Wortman 
Andrew Yaniuk 
Marc Yospin 
Ryan Yospin 
Paul Young 



Shira Zabludovsky 
Paul Zawerczuk 
Maria Zolotarsky 
Talia Zuberman 



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Monica Aviles 
Alex Belous 
Karen Brown 
Kim Desanto 
Jeffrey Faulks 



Lauren Montouri 

David Neuhauser 

Daniel Nowicki 

Alexis Seidel 




Above: Scooter and Matt think it's "Twin Day". 

Left Students work cooperatively to assist one 
another in solving a challenging math problem. 



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Left: Maria diligently takes notes in class, 
atleast that's what her teacher thinks. 




Angela Aostinelli 

Jenna Alifante 

Sean Apicella 

Jonathan Au 

Theresa Bace 



Dominik Bak 

Anna Batler 

Lindsey Beckelman 

Adam Bensimon 

Brett Berger 



David Bertschy 

Amir Bethea 

Giuseppe Bianco 

Erich Buthmann 

Allison Canton 



Ronald Carthy 

Randall Chacon 

Rebecca Chambers 

Kara-Kristen Christmas 

Katherine Ciullo 










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Above: What a sight to see! 
Lindsay Stearns diligently works 
to revise an essay. 

Right: While in computer class, 
Theresa daydreams about her 
weekend plans. 




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Steven Cohen 
Coutney Cordaro 
John Cottage 
Nicole Cox 
Megan Dauser 



Eric Decter 
Assunta Dimuro 
Devon Dorn 
Amie Faigenbaum 
Jamie Filippone 



Manoah Finston 
Mamie Fish 
Sean Frank 
Romelia Freydel 
Jessica Friedman 



Anthony Garciano 
Jennifer Gianas 
Sunana Gill 
Adam Gilson 
Darcy Ginsberg 



Rachel Ginsberg 
Ashley Goldberg 
Sara Goldberg 
Heather Goldsmith 
Donna Gorlin 



lyeisha Gordon 
Amber Green 
Kristin Griffin 
Sherri Grobarz 
Eric Hatmann 



Timothy Homlish 
Christine Hopson 
Agata Jackiewicz 
Daniel Jamnik 
Joseph Kahoonei 



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Madeline Kaplan 

Nicholas Komanecky 

Jeremy Kovacs 

Ross Kravetz 

Allison Lau 



Chanda Lewis 

Roy Lin 

Danielle Mack 

Sonye Mahgrefteh 

Harry Marks 



Staci Max 

Siobhan McDevitt 

Andrzej Moczydlowski 

Robert Moiseev 

Nicole Molinaro 



Jake Morano 

Martin Moyer 

Jamie Neville 

vlichael Nittolo 

Crystal O'Dell 



Blair Orenstein 

Justin Ortiz 

Anthony Parker 

Chandni Patel 

Carmela Pecana 



Svetlana Polyakova 

Jared Preston 

Jennifer Rego 

Michael Rodrigues 

Anthony Rodriguez 



Camilo Rodriguez 

Danielle Roland 

Elena Rothspan 

Jeremy Salow 

Casey Santo 




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Jordan Amster 

Erik Castillo 

Simonse Cordero 

Steve Dematos 



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Sharon Rodriguez 

Daniel Rogauskas 

Marc Sanchez 

Matthew Spada 



Matthew Stigliano 

Chad Wolf 

Jason Wolfe 



Melissa Santos 
Ric Jason Sarinas 
Louis Sarracino 
Philip Sarracino 
Matthew Schachtel 



Jeffrey Schultz 
Kshitija Sharma 
Brad Shortall 
Cassondra Smith 
Luis Soto 



Anna Spektor 
Brian Sperber 
Michael Stauhs 
Lindsay Stearns 
Juliana Stravato 



Rachel Suffir 
Andrew Title 
Elana Taboul 
Catherine Tuma 
Ayla Vigilante 



Donald Volkert 
Elissa Walters 
Jat Weatherston 
Joshua Wolkoff 
Theodore Young 



Simon Zaltsberg 
Mallory Zambolla 
Marina Zeltser 
Greg Zinberg 
Valerie Zlotsky 



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Left: Surprisingly, Mallory is awake and al 
smiles during Mr. Lassi's class. 




Helmi Abdelaziz 

Karen Alberti 

Ashley Belser 

Stephanie Bergen 

Keren Bitton 



Matthew Boettcher 

Lindsey Brahm 

Melissa Capece 

Marvin Charles 

Theodore Chelis 



Tina Ngaman Cheung 

Marc Cicchino 

Lisa Clark 

Matthew Colandrea 

Jene Ebony Congery 



Lindsay Coughlin 

Timothy Cubukcu 

Lisa Cypcar 

Danielle DeCagna 

Christoph Delguidice 



Right: Mr. 

Krupp assists 

these five 

freshmen with 

their writing 

downstairs in 

the IMC. 

Far right: 

Helmi and 

Keren are the 

first brave 

volunteers to 

present their 

projects to Miss 

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Daniel Deluca 
Anthony Denicolo 
Rachael Dicocco 
Christopher Dorvil 
Keith Dworkin 



Corey Falkin 
Joseph Fazio 
Leo Ferrine 
Lawrence Fish 
Amanda Garlen 



Jordon Gerber 
Sameer Gill 
Michael Gleicher 
Rachel Goldman 
Joshua Goldstein 



Malcolm Gordon 
Inez Gradski 
James Green 
Nicole Greten 
Janine Grieco 



Jordan Griscti 
Yana Grishina 
Andrea Handeli 
Stephen Hills 
Jennifer Janowski 



Marika Kakounis 
Alexandria Kalb 
Stephen King 
Robert Kleyman 
Kimberly Kraemer 



Jill Kurzner 
Nicole Lay 
Lisa Listowski 
Robyn Llull 
Michael Luciano 



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Steven Luksenberg 

Jessica Maas 

Arkadiusz Maciak 

Kristie Maloney 

Jeremy Marx 



Alyssa Mason 

Raquel Mendez 

Frank Miceli 

Rachel Millman 

Margaret Mysliwiec 



Abby Nadel 

liana Nahmias 

Jennifer Nemiroff 

Kristy Neumeister 

Betzaida Otero 



Stefanie Papazoglov 

Jonathan Rego 

Peter Rittweger 

Ana Rodriguez 

Joseph Rodriguez 



Erica Rosenbaum 

Karen Rozenboim 

Jayme Sablosky 

Rozanne Sarinas 

Angela Sarracino 



Danielle Schwartz 

Genny Schwarzberg 

Krystina Seegard 

Matthew Shack 

Renu Shah 



Allison Sharpe 

Rita Shehady 

David Sklar 

Erica Slater 

Ashley Steiner 




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David Steiner 
Sara Steinman 
Maxim Stepanchenko 
Bryan Stitt 
Ashley Tiss 



Michelle Tomasino 
Matthew Traum 
Jenny Wang 
Brett Yanow 
Zhanna Yuda 




Above (Top): Are these freshmen actually enjoying 
classes at Dayton? I think they are! 

Above: These students seem to be put into some sort 
of trance by their teacher. 



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Below: Hmm...l wonder what I'm going to do this 
weekend. 




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Left: Jene smiles as if she's pos- 
ing for the cover of a magazine. 

Below: Mike takes school 
"very" seriously. ;) 




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The faculty, administrators, and support staff 
at Jonathan Dayton High School juggle vari- 
ous tasks on a daily basis for which they 
should be commended. They not only moti- 
vate and encourage within a classroom set- 
ting, but many of JDHS's faculty members 
serve as advisors and coaches for many 
extracurricular activities, clubs, and sports. 
For your time and dedication to this school 
and to its students, we thank you all. 



Left: Mr. Heagney, Mrs. Ornovitz, Mrs. 
lurray, Mrs. Rooney-Kuhn, Mrs. Lamey, 
and Mrs. Francois cheer on their favorite 
students at the winter pep rally. 






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Dr. Gary Friedland, 

Superintendent of Schools 

Dr. Judy Zimmerman, 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 

Mrs. Ellen J. Ball, 

School Business Administrator/Board Secretary 

Dr. Charles Serson, 

Principal 



Mr. Kevin Murphy, 

Vice Principal/Dean of Students 

Mr. Barry Bachenheimer, 

Supervisor of Social Studies 

Mr. Peter Falzarano 

Supervisor of Physical Education & Health 

Mr. Tom Gula, 
Supervisor of Science 



Mr. Ted Lebo, 

Supervisor of Mathematics 

Mr. Kenneth Mattfield, 

Supervisor of English, World Languages, 

and Media Centers 

Ms. Leslie Vaccarino, 

Supervisor of Special Services 

Mrs. Jacqueline P. Shanes, 

Board of Education President 

Mr. Stephen M. Fischbein, 

Board of Education Vice President 

Mrs. Linda Duke, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Ken Faigenbaum, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Richard Falkin, 

Board of Education 



Mr. Robert B. Fish, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Keith B. Kurzner, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Larry T. Levee, 

Board of Education 

Mr. Benito Stravato, 

Board of Education 



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Ms. Pam Gray - Supervisor of Gifted and Talented 










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Frank Addvensky, TV Production 
Linda Axelrad, Spanish 
Kathy Bates, Basic Skills Aide 
Sylvia Borne, Science 
Richard Briechle, Social Studies 
William Byrne, English 



Betsy Carey, Family & Consumer Ed. 
Fran Cohen, Aide 
Meredith Cohen, Science 
Joseph Cozza, Guidance 
Patricia Darcy, Technical Support 
Barbara Delikaris, Art 



Linda Ditzel, Principal's Secretary 
Louis Delia Pia, Special Education 
Felix Fabiano, Italian 
Jane Fischer, Mathematics 
Ronald Foster, Industrial Arts 
Angela Francois, Basic Skills /English 



Arlene Frese, Family & Consumer Ed. 
Cecelia Galindo, Aide 
Donald Hartman, English 
Hugh Heagney, Mathematics 
Gregory Kilmer, Athletic Trainer 
William Kindler, Physical Education 



Allen Krupp, Special Education 

Bernice Lamey, English 

Jim Lassi, Social Studies 

Bob Lowe, Graphic Arts/Photography 

Irene Magaletta, English 

Roger Maitland, School Phychologist 



Fran Monaco, Aide 

Kathy Morriello, Physical Education 

Marleen Moscowitz, French & Spanish 

Denise Murray, Business 

Azulma Navia, Aide 

Irene Ornovitz, Science 



Geri Palmer, IMC Clerk 

Sandra Parker, Special Education 

Bobbi Pollack, LDTC-Special Services 

Stacey Roberts, Special Education 

Elizabeth Rooney-Kuhn, English & 

Journalism/Newspaper 

Karyn Schlesinger, English, Drama, 

and Journalism/Yearbook 



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Helen Shore, ESL 

Ronald Slate, Music Department 

Coordinator/Band 

Christina Smith, Science 

Maria Soriano, Special Education 

Al Steiginga, Science 

Maryann Trivett, Office Secratary 



Barbara Trueger, Gifted & Talented 

Sally VanBuskirk, Guidance Secretary 

David VanHart, Math & Computers 

Theresa Wertheimer, Science 

Barbara Weslock, Guidance Secretary 

Jane Westerhold, Mathematics 




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Tonya Boehme, Vocal Music 

Jane Bomstein, Media Specialist 

John Campbell, Social Worker 

Mary Cokeing, Social Studies 

Jim Farrell, Spanish 

Connie Guida, Nurse 

Bob Kozub, Physical Education 

Peggy Lazaro, IMC Clerk 

Alice Lightdale, Guidance 



Debra LoSchiavo, Vice Principal's Secretary 

Kristy McCauley, Business 

Mary Ellen Powers, Mathematics 

Deanne Reiger, Mathematics 

Scott Shallcross, English 
Barbara Signa, Social Studies 

Anita Tedesco, Spanish 

Frank Tedesco, Social Studies 

Ruth Townsend, Physical Education 



WHAT IS YOUR MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT OF 
THE 2000-2001 SCHOOL YEAR? 




After months of hard work, 
watching the little actors and 
actresses of Dayton become 
excited about and satisfied 
with their dramatic perfor- 
mances in Rumors and 
Memories Ignited. 



When Governor Whitman 
visited the high school to 
acknowledge the efforts of 
our Volunteer Club, work- 
ing with the senior citizen 
community. 



In November, to celebrate 
National French Week, the 
AP French class prepared 
a French lunch. All who 
attended the lunch enjoyed 
the delicious food. 



Teaching the seniors their 
very last health education 
classes before graduating. 
It's sad to see them leave. 



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Left: Mrs. Ornovitz and some of her 
students collect leave samples on a 
beautiful autumn day. 

Below: Mr. Shallcross discusses 
poetic terms with his English class. 



Far Left: How 
much more 
school spirit 
could you ask 
for during a pep 
rally? Just look 
at their pearly 
whites. 




SUPPOW STAFF 




Far left: The Arnolds 
and the devoted lunch 
staff ensure that the 
hungry mouths of Dayton 
are fed. 

Left: Our dedicated 
custodial staff, Alan, 
Bob, Felix, David, 
Harold, John, Ted and 
Tina, work hard to keep 
our school clean. 



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School is not all about academics. Approximately 
85 to 90 percent of all students at Jonathan 
Dayton High School participate in extracurricular 
activities, whether it be a sport, club, or organized 
event. Participating in clubs and events allows 
students to socialize with friends while being pro- 
ductive at the same time. Many of Dayton's clubs 
and events help to united the student body. 



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The Emergency Response team was initiated by Dr. Serson two years ago. The club, now lead by Mr. 
Bachenheimer and assisted by Ms. Guida, hasover 15 members. This first club of its kind in the nation was 
started to insure that there were trained individuals capable of handling emergency situations within a school. 

All the participants of the ERT 
have been certified in CPR and 
standard First Aid. Each member 
carries 2 kits at all times during 
school hours. The personal kit 
contains a CPR mask, barrier de- 
vices, and bleeding devices. The 
jump kit is the other kit each mem- 
ber must carry which includes sev- 
eral ice packs and bandages, glu- 
cose, and blood pressure cuffs. 

The captain of the Emergency 
Response Team is John 
Laurencelle, supported by the first 
lieutenant Pam Bookbinder who is 
incharge of checking and distribut- 
ing the radios. The ERT's ser- 
geant is Anna Batler who is in 
charge of distributing medical sup- 
plies, and Grace Alfano is the ad- 
ministrative officer who keeps track 
of the emergencies that occur dur- 
ing the school year. This team is a 
great asset to our sturdents and 
staff. 



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Above: When there's an emergency, we 

can count on Mr. Bachenheimer and the 

ERT officers to provide assistance. 

Right: ERT members sell popcorn 

during 8th grade orientation in order 

to fund their club. 




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he excitement of the JDHS morning announcements stems from all the energy mustered together during the 
re-show preparations for five minutes of air time," explains a TV crew member. 

At the beginning of the year, both skeptical students and teachers were unsure if the "live TV morning 

announcements" would actually air. However, one morning 
during the second week of September, Dayton students and 
teachers were shocked to have the newly installed TV's turn on 
automatically, displaying images of Dayton's first live morning 
announcements. 

Under the supervision of Mr. A, the advanced TV students 
volunteer hours and hours of their time to produce the morning 
announcements on a daily basis. Dayton's students and 
teachers rely on the morning announcements to acquire the 
day's, or the week's, school and world related information. 
"We've broken a lot of ground," explains Mr. A, "and many 
should be commended for their dedication." 

Although the Floor Manager, Joe Voorhees, and Director, 
Mike Puorro, will be moving on to bigger and better things, 
some unclassmen anticipate the opportunity and challenge of 

running the live an- 
nouncements next 



Top: Maria andJen work 
hard to edit their piece 
for TV class. 




Far left: These students 
try oh-so-hard to pay 
close attention to Mr. A's 
informative "little TV." 

Left: Joe gets down on 
one knee, posing for the 
camera, while Ross 
hides behind it. 



Above: Everyone enjoys Jeff's 

performance, except for Carmine, 

who is heart-broken because he 

didn't make it in that cut. 



Above: Dana Rutkowski, Mike 

Lyubavin, and Camillo Rodrigues get 

together to discuss and prepare for the 

morning announcements. 



Above: Mike Puorro and Julie Marx 

look like their just about ready to run 

the show themselves. 










Working with a tough budget and small staff, the editors of Dayton's student paper, the Dawg Print, 
dedicate their time to put out several issues a year. Co-editors in cheif Lillian Fasman and Christina Florio 
use their free periods to lay out articles and scan pictures into Quark, the software used to publish the 
newspaper. Editors 
Josh Fraenkel (Art), 
Andrew Harris 

(News), and Marina 
Zelter (Features), 
oversee writers, pho- 
tographers, and artists 
to ensure assign- 
ments are handed out. 
Business manager 
Kshitija Sharma 
makes phone calls 
and solicits patrons via 
mail. Finally, the pro- 
duction of the Dawg 
Print could not be pos- 
sible without the 
orginazation and di- 
rection of Mrs. 
Rooney-Kuhn, News- 
paper Advisor. 





Above: Lillian, Kshitija, Marina, and Andy are four of the 
editiors who make the Dawg Print a success. 

Right: Lillian reminds Josh that the 
deadline is around the corner! 





pep BAND 

You know that music you hear at the Dayton football games? Ever wonder who it is making that music? It's 
the Jonathan Dayton Pep Band, a relatively small group of students who, while dodging the bees on warm 
days, are showing off their musical talents for the sole entertainment of the loyal Dayton fans. 
This year's pep band enjoyed an increase in membership. Along with advisor Ron Slate, returning 

members Alex Bellous, Alex 
Garlen, Ben Maslow, Harry 
Marks, Jeremy Salow, and 
Keith Dworkin helped spur the 
crowds at the Dayton home 
games. New among the squad 
is Andrew Marks. Among the 
songs performed by the pep 
band are "Eye of the Tiger," 
"We Will Rock You," and "The 
Hey Song," a fan favorite. 

While it is unfortunate 
that the band's musical profi- 
ciency was unable to aid the 
football team in its endeavors, 
it was able to havea successful 



Left: Mr. Slate sets the tone as 
he directs his crew. 




Above: Alex Garlen keeps up the beat and the fan's spirit. 

Left: "I wish Mr. Slate would slow 
down," says Alex Bellous. 



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Jonathan Dayton's Alternatives Club is led by Mr. DellaPia and Ms. Roberts and consists of approximate 
25-30 members. The purpose of this club is to promote drug and alcohol free events. "I think it's really import? 
to be a part of something that promotes such a good anti-drug message," states Vickie Bingle, a member of t 
Alternatives Club. 

Back in October, the club sponsored Dayton's yearly bonfire, a drug free event in which all students z 
welcome. The event consisted of cheerleaders, football players, firemen, students, food, music, and of cours 
a huge bonfire. Every 
year students always 
seem to enjoy this oc- 
casion because it brings 
everybody together 
without the presence of 
drugs and alcohol. The 
Alternatives club also 
takes their yearly trip to 
Nayoda Hills in which 
the members partici- 
pate in many different 
types of obstacles, such 
as rope courses, in or- 
der to gain trust in their 
fellow peers. 

Another task mem- 
bers of the club partici- 
pate in is a visit to the 
middle school in order 
to serve as role models 
to the younger children. 
The members inform 
the middle school chil- 
dren of the dangers of drugs and alco- 
hol and give them a chance to ask any 
questions they have concerning these 
issues. Jonathan Dayton's Alterna- 
tives Club has, and always will, set a 
good example to others. The mem- 
bers of this club deliver important mes- 
sages to others; one can have fun 
without the presence of drugs and 
alcohol. 

Right (top): The Alternatives 

Club, sets an example for others 

by saying "No To Drugs." 

Right: Alycia Johnson, President 
Jamie Falkin, and Vice President 
Chad Freundlich are Alternatives 
Club members who work hard to 
promote resistance of drugs and 
alcohol to the students at Dayton. 




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here would one find many of our school's role models and most dedicated students? In a peer leadership 
?ting, of course! This club, led by Mrs. Frese and Mrs. Signa, was started about nine years ago. Peer 
dership is made up of thirty to forty juniors and seniors. 

o become a peer leader one must apply at the end of his or her sophomore or junior year. Peer leaders serve 

as role models for other students and 
their main goal is to assist underclass- 
men and help them to feel more comfort- 
able at our school. 

The peer leaders take part in many 
activities such as freshman fun night, 
freshman orientation, and many other 
activities in order to help unite all stu- 
dents from grades nine through twelve. 
In order to prepare for those events, the 
peer leaders have numerous training 
sessions with professionals, have many 
meetings, and assemblies to help pre- 
pare them for up-coming school events. 
When asked how it feels to be cho- 
sen as a peer leader, Colby Tiss said, "It 
really makes me feel great. It is a big 
Thank You' for being a good role model. 
It makes me feel appreciated when I 
know that I am helping others, and really 




Left (top): Mrs. Moskowitz somehow got stuck in 
the midst of all of these peer leaders, ...and she just 
loves it! 

Left: Jenn, Jenn, Alia, and Scott show us that they 
can always have tun, even with the Freshmen. 

Above: These peer leaders are so talented that 
they can eat, smile, and discuss Freshmen Fun 
Night all at the same time. 



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This year's Spanish club was un- 
like any other. With this year's presi- 
dent, Dana Rutkowski, the Spanish 
club accomplished many of its goals 
as far as learning more about the 
Spanish culture was concerned. Re- 
turning as the advisors were Senora 
Axelrad and Senor Farrell, two very 
dedicated Spanish teachers at Day- 
ton. They, along with Dana Rutkowski, 
organized various trips and events, 
such as Don Quijote and lunch at Don 
Pepe's. "This years Spanish club 
was an interesting experience," states 
an enthusiastic Spanish Club mem- 
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the Spanish club say "Queso" 
for the camera. 




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This year Dayton's French Club had a great time enjoying many entertaining trips and activities. Led I 
President Olga Oksov, Vice President Jessica Goldblat, Secretary Jenn Cheung, Treasurer Lawrent 
Bluestone, and Historian Jen Rego, and Advisor Marlene Moscowitz, members of the French Club learned 
lot about the fascinating culture and language. The first trip of this year was to the Metropolitan Museum of / 
where members enjoyed the exhibit "Painters of Paris." In February, Mrs. Moscowitz held a festive Mardi Gn 
party with French food, French music, 
and fun. Members especially enjoyed 
the French cuisine. Being in the French 
club is a great way to explore the cul- 
ture and have fun with friends. 




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The Italian Club was involved in numer- 
ous activities throughout the school year with 
the help of Mr. Fabiano, the advisor. The 
club engaged in fund raisers, held events for 
charity, and went on a trip toward the end of 
the school year. As Mr. Fabiano would say, 
"The club is an extension of the class." 

The other members of the club elected the 
officers. It was the officers' responsibility to 
choose a charity and decide which trips to go 
on. In previous years, the club had cooked 
for the homeless, held an Italian social, and 
raised money by creating gift baskets. As 
long as Mr. Fabiano is in charge, the Italian 
club will soar to new heights each year. 

Left: Isn't the Italian Club made up of the most 
photogenic individuals? 




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After a few years of inactivity, the Israeli Culture Club 
(ICC) is now one of Dayton's most prominent clubs. When senior 
Mark Tratenberg was looking through an old Dayton yearbook 
in Ms. Schlesinger's yearbook class, he accidentally came 
across a picture of the Israeli Culture Club. After reading the 
caption next to the picture, which elaborately described the club, 
he thought it would be interesting and important to bring this club 
back to Dayton. Another member of the class, Alex Kramers, 
was deeply interested in bringing the ICC back to Dayton, and 
was ready to write a proposal to be approved by the Board of Ed. 
So after Mark and Alex had numerous meetings with Dr. Serson. 
and created a well-written outline describing the criteria for the 
club, the Israeli Culture Club was approved. 

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the ICC is none other than Dayton's finest Senora Axelrad. The 
rpose of the ICC is to discuss the customs and traditions of the 
aeli culture whether it involves discussing the Holocaust, or talking 
out current events in Israel. The ICC has many goals for the year 
:luding a trip to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. The 
ambers of the ICC also have their eyes set on the famous Israeli 
isine at the Jerusalem Restaurant in Cranford. But the primary 
ason for having the club in the first place is for students to learn 
out the past and present of the Israeli culture. With the implemen- 
ion of the Israeli Culture Club, the important customs and traditions 
the Israeli culture will become a major part of the student's lives now 
'd for years to come. 




Above: These members are proud 
to have the ICC back to Dayton. 



Where would Jonathan Dayton High School be without the Student Auxiliary? This club is filled \y 
trustworthy, reliable, and responsible students who volunteer their extra time to assist with school relal 
events. These students are selected at the beginning of their sophomore year on the basis of their persona' 
character, and dependability. 

Auxiliary members are respon- 
sible for selling tickets at the door, 
handing out programs, and main- 
tains order at events such as the 
Fall Drama, Lip Sync, Talent Show, 
King of Hearts, Musicals, etc. Se- 
nior Dana Rutkowski states, "We 
volunteer for almost every event 
that the school needs us for; its 
very fun!" 

Aside from ushering school re- 
lated events, the Student Auxiliary 
guides the 8th grade students 
around the halls during freshman 
orientation. We are very thankful 
for having these dedicated stu- 
dents volunteer their time to help 
out others. 

Right: While the all-female group 

huddles for a picture, senior Alia 

Gulchina shows her affection for fellow 

Russian Senior Olga Oksov by linking 

arms and falling asleep against her. 



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Above: Junior Grace Alfano grins while 
looking forward to the Fall Drama. 

Right: Junior Alphonsa Vada becomes 

dazed and confused when told she'd 

have to usher in a few hours. 






WXUW7ESK CLUB 

!The Volunteer Club is a group of students who enjoy seeing other people "smile." This club hosts a senior 
zen breakfast every few months to treat them to a fun-filled breakfast and entertainment. 
After the football games in the fall, the club also performed town cleanups to restore Springfield's beauty and 
■ring the holiday season, these students wrapped gifts for less fortunate children at Zainey- Brainy. 
Finally, once a month a group of juniors and seniors from the club visit the Children's Specialized Hospital 
Mountainside. The students play music, games, and arts and crafts with the sole purpose of putting smiles 

on their little faces. 

"It makes me feel so 
good to know I have 
such a positive impact 
on the children's lives," 
says Dana Rutkowski. 
Overall, Volunteer 
club, in its second year 
of activity, will continue 
on for many more years 
making people "smile." 




\bove: The volunteer 

lub is happy to be in 

the presence of 

Christie Todd 

Whitman. 

Below: Laurie and 

Lindsey are always 

happy to lend a 

hand. 



Left: Monica and Pam 
believe every penny 
counts when it comes to 
helping the victims in El 
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The Key Club is the "key" to success and one of the most popular clubs at Jonathan Dayton. Students mee 
once a month to discuss what fun volunteer activities they will be doing next. The club recycles for the schoc 
a couple of times every month and visited children at the Children's Specialized Hospital in Mountainsid( 
During the holidays, students held a food drive and delivered bags of food to homeless families. "Key Club 
a lot of fun- we were able 
to participate in many ac- 
tivities to help out the 
community," said senior 
Jenn Fiorelli. 

This year was the first 
year that the Key Club 
integrated a chapter, into 
the middle school's and 
elementary school's ex- 
tracurricular program. 
This enabled the younger 
students to become in- 
volved with volunteering 
and acts of kindness. 

Overall, the Key Club 
is a great way to spend 
time helping others. 





Above: The board members, with the help of 
Mr. T., plan their next activity for the members. 

Right: Friends Colby and Lindsey, enjoy volun- 
teering their time to better assist the community. 




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The Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA as it is called by most, is one of the most popular clubs here 

Dayton. Containing approximately 25 members, the FBLA is involved in a variety of different events and 

tivities throughout the year, and is led by advisors Ms. Murray and Ms. McCulley. The FBLA executive board 

insists of President Vicky Kozlenko, Vice President Lillian Fasman, Secretaries Olga Oksov and Rachel 

_indel, Treasurer Mike Lyubavin, District Manager Dara Mirjahangiry, and Dawg House Manager Chad 

jundlich, who oversee everything that takes place within the club. FBLA is involved in regional business 

sated competitions and also run the Dawg House, the popular school store. The club members also raise 

nney for the March of Dimes and also market and sell various items during the course of the school year to 

Ip fund the club. FBLA is a valuable club at Dayton because it teaches its members real world business skills 

and how to interact professionally 
with others. 



Left: Dara Mirjahangiry, Adam Cohen. 
Tabatha Fishkin, Felix Mil, and Diana 
Marques laugh about all the candy 
they've been eating in the Dawg House. 
Senior Roman Lukiw hears the bell and 
thinks, "Where am I?" 




Above: The FBLA group poses for a picture during their last meeting with their long-time advisor, Mrs. Modrak. 



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Neil Simon's comedy, Rumors, performed November 17th and 18th, was this year's Jonathan Da^ 
fall drama. The show starts off when four couples are invited to the house of Deputy New York City May< 
Charley Brock, and his wife, Myra, for their 1 lh anniversary. The party never begins because the host has srJ 
himself in the head (it's only a flesh wound) and his wife is missing. Charley's lawyer and his lawyer's wife, Ki 
and Chris Gorman (Daniel Poltrock and Sara Goldberg), decide to cover up the incident as the other coup! 
arrive. Claire and Lenny Ganz (Monica Schwartz and Joe lellimo), Cookie and Ernie Cusak (Heather Goldsmj 
and Manoah Finston), and the fashionably late Cassie and Glen Cooper (Colby Tiss and Josh Fraenkel) arri 
and the rumors start to fly. No one can remember who has been told what about whom. Officer Welch (Cl 
Melendez and Keith Dworkin) and Officer Pudney (Jessica Goldblat) make matters worse by questioning tl 
guests. Hilarity abounds as the 
couples get more and more 
crazed trying to sort things out. 

Rumors is a very fast 
placed play; you have to pay 
attention not to miss anything. 
Miss Schlesinger directed this 
year's show. 

Senior Jennifer Cheung 
reports, " I thought the play was 
very impressive. Everyone on 
the set was amazing!" All in all it 
was a wonderful experience for 
both the cast and the audience. 



Right: There is more 

paint on their clothes 

than on the set. 



Above: Josh, Sara, and Monica 
"love" rehearsing their lines. 

Right: Rumors are flying 
and so is Monica. 



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Everyday for band class, the band members enter the instrument room, put their instruments together, gi 
their music filled folders, and prepare to play. Band members, instructed by Mr. Slate, rehearse their currer 
songs for upcoming concert events. Participating in band has its advantages because students can relies 
stress by playing and are also given the opportunity to play in interesting locations. "After playing in band k 
seven years, I realize it's extremely fun because I was able to play in Union County College, which is one t 
the colleges I'm thinking of going to," says Jamie Filippone, a member of the Dayton band. Although ban 
involves continuous practice and dedication, our Dayton band students truly enjoy it. 

Right: Mr. Slate and the concert band 
prepare to begin their performance. 

Below: Jacob meditates to the soothing 
sounds of the bass clarinets. 




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This year's choir director is Ms. Boehme who started teaching in 1993, and has been teaching for 8 years. 
ie choir class is thankful to have such a skilled and talented individual as Ms. Boehme direct them in class 
d at concerts. According to Ms. Boehme, there are no requirements to be a part of the choir. One simply 
s to enjoy singing and want to perform. Although the choir is smaller than last year, due to the loss of many 
niors who had graduated, the members still manage to produce a powerful sound, thanks to the addition of 
:any very talented freshmen. Although we will miss those seniors who are graduating and moving on to bigger 

and better things, we hope they 
will return and join us for another 
round of "The Lord Bless You". 




Left: Seniors, Kameisha and Faye 
sing at one of their last choir 
concerts. 

Below: Alex, Josh, and Anna 
sing to their hearts' content. 



Above: The choir awaits Ms. Boehme's signal to begin singing. 



Above: Ms. Boehme, choir 
director, and Mr. Slate, band 
director, are extremely content 
with their students' 
preformances at the winter 
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On January 23, 2001 , Dayton's postponed lip sync took place and it proved to be a success. Although the 
were only six acts, it was an exciting evening. Colby Tiss and Heather Shanley emceed the event. The fit! 
act was a rendition of the hit Destiny's child song, "Independent Women", by juniors Shany David, Michel! 
Kraemer, Julie Marx, Ziad Shehady, Rena Steinbach, and Megan Tavis. Lauren Brahm, Maria Zolatarsky, arm 
Talia Zuberman surprised everybody by stripping to Right Said Fred's, "I'm Too Sexy". The third act , perform J 
by juniors Tabatha Fishkin, Vangie Guilas, and Laurie Sherman was old school disco, The BeeGee's "Stayi 
Alive", mixed into Wyclef Jean's 1997 version "We Trying to Stay Alive". One group of senior girls, includirl 
Rachel Mandel, Lillian Fasman, Tara Listowski, Christina Tomasino, Abby Victor, Linda Agostinelli, and SevJ 
Darknat, showed Halsey Hall their unique interpretation of a pop diva rivalry between Christina Aguilera ari 
Britney Spears. The fifth act showcased Ahsley Belser, Kara Christmas, and Kamiesha Morgan performin| 
"The Best of Me" by Jay-z. The night's last act was the other senior girls who performed "It's a Hard Knock Lifi 
from Broadway's Hit, Annie. Their 
group consisted of Michelle Barone, 
Vickie Bingle, Christy Delloaicono, 
Lisa DeNicolo, Ashley King, Vicky 
Kozlenko, llissa Nico, AN Puliti, and 
Dana Rutkowski. Charlie's Angles 
was awarded third place, the Pop 
Diva Rivalry took second place and 
the Hard Knock Life orphans grabbed 
first place. 

Right: This year's winners from left to right: 

Vickie Bingle, Alycia Johnson, Vicky 

Kozlenko, Ashley King, Lisa DeNicolo, 

Jamie Falkin, Michelle Barone, Dana 

Rutkowski, lllisa Nico, Christy Delloiacono, 

and AN Puliti (not pictured here). 



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shows off her hot leather outfit 




Above: These senior girls smile for a quick picture before they 

hit the stage and transform into pop-divas Britney Spears 

(Christina) and Christina Aguilera (Tara). 




Left: Ashley sings the blues into her broom 
about her "Hard Knock Life". 

Below: Colby Tiss and Heather Shanley get 
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Vangie Guilas, and Laurie Sherman 
show us some disco moves. 

Above: Even though Maria 
Zolotarsky, Lauren Brahm, and 
Talia Zuberman didn't win, they 
still had twinkles in their eyes,... 
or was it their shirts? 

Left: Ashley Belser, Kamiesha 
Morgan, and Kara Christmas let all 
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On Thursday, February 1 5, 2001 some of the stylish guys at Dayton participated in the annual King of Hea 
pageant. The show consisted of a casual, formal, and swimsuit contest, along with a talent competitiJ 
Throughout the night, the boys dazzled the audience with their charm and humor. The winner of the pagea 
was senior Russell Haywood. Following closely were senior Dara Mirjahangiry and junior Ryan Stromeyf 
Russell was gracious enough to give the audience a look at his fiery red speedo and white cut-off shorts. Ot| 
contestants 
were Anthony 
and Joe 

Rodriguez, Mike 

Grieco, Brian i m 

Demberger, 
Stephen King, 
Joe lellimo, 
Chris Phillips, 
and Sam 

Battaglia. The 
pageant was so 
well known, 
even Britney 
Spears showed 
up to escort 
Brian 
Demberger. 




Above: Dayton is home to two of the finest looking brothers in 
the state, Anthony and Joe Rodriguez. 



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Left: "I'm too sexy for my shirt. 
Below: "So sexy it hurts..." 




Above: "I look goooood!" thinks 
Ryan. 

Left: "Why did I let Stomeyer 
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Mamie Fish take a breath and smile as 
the last rehearsal comes to an end. 




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This year, twenty-six members were inducted into the National Honor Society. This brings the total 
number of members to forty-eight. The students involved with this club are chosen on the basis of theii 
leadership abilities and their grade point average. On being inducted into the NHS, Vangie Guilas said. It! 
was a very exciting event because being in this club is such an honor!" One of the functions of the NHS \i\ 
to tutor other students in need of help in specific areas. The members participate in the Homework Club here 
at Dayton and also at 
the middle school. Mrs. 
Lamey, the advisor of 
the society, said, "This 
club gives our excep- 
tional students a 
chance to be recog- 
nized." As Mrs. Lamey 
stated, being in the Na- 
tional Honor Society is 
a wonderful accom- 
plishment and these 
students have been 
recognized and should 
be proud. 



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try to keep focused on 

the ceremony, but they 

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Right: Melissa's excitement builds as 

she waits for instructions from Mrs. 

Lamey as far as what to do next. 



resident: Lawrence Bluestone 
Vice President: Alia Gulchina 
Secretary: Rachel Mandel 
Treasurer: Christina Florio 



Standing members: 

Michelle Barone 
Sabino Battaglia 
Victoria Bingle 
Lisa DeNicolo 
Lillian Fasman 
Chad Freundlich 
Jane Fuks 
Alycia Johnson 
Sergey Khoroshevskiy 
Victoriya Kozlenko 
Alex Kramers 
Michael Lyubavin 
Christobal Melendez 
llissa Nico 
Olga Oksov 
Alisandra Puliti 
Dana Rutkowski 
Jonathan Zipkin 

Inductees: 

Esther Aizenberg 
GraceMarie Alfano 
Lindsey Butler 
Jennifer Cheung 
Shany David 
Jennifer Fiorelli 
Alexander Garlen 
Jessica Goldblat 
Vangie Guilas 
Marsha Handeli 
Scott Hollander 
Rena Kleyman 
Jennifer Lewis 
Melissa LoSchiavo 
Juliet Marx 
Monica Schwartz 
Ziad Shehady 
Laurie Sherman 
Rena Steinbach 
Ryan Stromeyer 
Kimberly Terhune 
Mark Tratenberg 
Pamela Traum 
Alphonsa Vadakethalakel 
Jared Weisman 
Maggie Zambolla 



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the president of NHS, wel- 
comes the new inductees. 

Below: National Honor 
Society inductees stand for 
the initiation ceremony. 

Bottom: Choir members 
serenade the inductees. 



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Each year, the National Art Educators Association publicly acknowledges a select number of students 
throughout the United States who have demonstrated the highest qualities in art scholarship, service, and 
character by creating chapters of the National Art Honor Society. This fall, a chapter has been established 
at Dayton, featuring many artistic students, thanks to the determination of Mrs. Delikaris. 

Although the National Art Honor Soci- 



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ety hasn't had too many meetings this 
year, they have remained productive. 
The NAHS participates in a number of art 
competitions which are primarily won by 
senior Vinny Chin, who has been draw- 
ing since he was of the tender year of 
five. Besides art competitions, other 
members of the club use their talents to 
create, sculptures abstracts, and artistic 
masterpieces on the walls of Dayton. We 
hope that the artistic underclassmen at 
Dayton will continue to represent our 
school in the future. 



Right: Siobhan sketches still life as 
Hasan ponders his next picture. 




Right and Below: 

Jonathan Zipkin and E.J. 

Rodriguez are two of the 

Art Honor Society 

members who enjoy 

painting the hallways of 

our school. 




Right: Senior Maria 

Gonnella works the 

pottery wheel with ease. 




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The sewing club is the newest addition to Dayton's clubs. Mrs. Frese, who is the home economics 
cher, is the new club advisor. This club was started in the beginning of the year and was founded by Dana 
kowski, who happens to be president of the club as well. The purpose of the sewing club is to make clothing 
I blankets from the town's donations of needles, thread, and material and give it back to various charities. 

The club has a very flexible time sched- 
ule and is open to beginners and 
experts. For a first year club, the 
sewing club made out very well. 

Left: Sewing club members take a break 
from their sewing to show us their pearly 
whites. 

Below: Mrs. Frese and Dana are the 
founders of the new sewing club. 





Above: Jared is mesmerized with 
what he can do with a piece of fabric. 



Above: "Erica, watch your fingers!' 



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Are you smart enough to be a member of the Quiz Bowl Team? If so, then you probably spend your 
nights working on math problems and memorizing the atomic weight of Boron. 

While this may not be necessarily true, Mrs. Linda Axelrad and Mrs. Barbara Trueger guided the 2000-01 Qt 
Bowl Team to several successful finishes in the statewide competitions. Seniors Alex Kramers, M? 
Tratenberg, Sergey Khoroshevskiy, and Michael Lyubavin led the "A" Team to several victorious finishes. T 
"B" Team consisted of Seniors Lawrence Bluestone, Marc Eisenstein, Jonathan Zipkin and a large number] 
underclassmen, including Joe Petraccaro, Scott Hollander, Marsha Handeli, Jared Weisman, Dana Eisenbei 
Jessica Goldblat, and Pamela Bookbinder. Since the categories were very diversified, every membe 
knowledge in certain fields was essential to the team's accomplishments. 

To prepare for the contests, the members met almost every Tuesday morning in Senora's room, and enjoy 
a combination of free bagels and challenging questions. Several key Quiz Bowl terms have become renowri 
among high school students, such as "Re- 
bound," "Are you mocking me?" and "Bill 
Nye taught me that" (Don't ask about that 
one). In the Secaucus, Rutgers, and Co- 
lumbia National Competitions, both Day- 
ton teams ranked in the top-forty. If you 
want to join the Dayton team, just show up 
at Senora's room in the morning on Tues- 
days. 



Right: Senora Axelrad preps her 
students for the next Quiz Bowl. 




Above and Right: Every Tuesday 

morning, Dayton students prepare 

for their next event. 



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third year that Dayton has competed in the National Mock Trial competition, and the first year that 

we have been able to advance. The Mock Trial team 
consists of ten students who are coached by Senora 
Axelrad and Mrs. Trueger, and are assisted by Yale 
Greenspoon. Students use a prepared trial to design 
questions, statements, and strategies in order to enact 
a professional trial. Dayton students were thrilled to be 
able to advance into the third round of competition and 
defeat past rivals. "I was ecstatic to finally have our 
hard work pay off!" said mock trial participant, Jessica 
Goldblat. The students put a lot of time and effort into 
the trial, and it was a job well done. 




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Jonathan 
organizes 
his facts 
and ques- 
tions his 
witness. 



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don't be 
intimidated 
by Pam's 
line of 
question- 
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Above and 

Right: Senior 

editors Ashley 

King, llissa Nico 

and Dana 

Rutkowski 

served as 

assests to the 

production of 

the 2001 

yearbook. 




The production of Dayton's yearbook is a year-round proces 
involving upwards of forty students. Miss Schlesinger, the adviso 
oversees the production staff and ensures deadlines are met, articles ar 
written, and photographs are taken. Financial Advisor, Mrs. Francok 
and editors Ashley King, llissa Nico, and Dana Rutkowski put in Ion 
hours to guarantee a successful 2001 yearbook. For the 2001 editior 
Jodi Santo and Scott Kessel raked in thousands of dollars in ad sale; 
their impressive efforts lowered costs and inspired others to sell adve 
tising space. Students in yearbook classes learn layout desigr 
newswriting, and how to crop and caption photos. Although yearbook 
a serious class, the group-orientated lessons make this a populi 
elective. The lengthy process culminates with a 200 plus-page tribute' 
this year's graduating class, highlighting a year of school sports, event 
clubs, and memories. When asked what the most challenging aspect- 
producing the yearbook is, Miss Schlesinger said, "Getting peop 
motivated and organized to meet the required deadlines." As for tr 
most rewarding part, "The entire creative process and seeing the fin 
outcome definitely instills a sense of accomplishment." 



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Right: Ashley King leads the 

discussion regarding what 

elements should be featured in 

the colored section of the 

yearbook. 



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omecoming, Penny Wars, Spirit Week, Interclass Games, and King of Hearts are just a few of the thoughts 
come to mind when we think "Student Council." Not only does Student Council provide the Jonathan Dayton 
lent body with events that are both fun and memorable, but this hardworking group serves as a liaison 
veen the students and the administration. With llissa Nico as President, Nicole Osit and Jaime Falkin as 
i President, Vangie Guilas as Recording Secretary, Anthony Rodriguez as Corresponding Secretary, Dara 
,ahangiry as Treasurer, and Jonathan Zipkin as Board of Liaison, the 2000-2001 school year is ensured to 
t>ne that is nothing but great. "We really want to make this year one of the best years yet," said President 
a Nico. Student Council would not be possible if it wasn't for Advisor Mary Cokeing and all of the 
esentatives and class officers. The Executive Board agrees that with all of the Student Council's hard work 
dedication, this year has been a great success. 

Left: Mrs. Cokeing "enjoys" running the student 
council and being with the students. 

Below: These student council members sure 
know how to have a good time. 




Above: Nicole Osit and Jen Lewis are our 
dependable "Birthday Board" decorators. 

Left: The student council president llissa 
Nico, and executive board members, 
Jaime Falkin and Vangie Guilas, enjoy 
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A big part of Jonathan DaytonHigh School is its athletic 
teams. Many of Dayton's students participate in one 
sport or another, ranging from tennis, to ice hockey, to 
gymnastics. Regardless of the sports played, students 
always seem to work hard and have fun at the same 
time. This formula usually leads to success. 



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Right: During a time out, the team 

gathers together on the field waiting 

to hear the game winning strategy 

from the coach. 

Below: Running back, Ibin Raheem tries 
to make his way down to the end-zone. 



Below: 

Captain 

Russell 

Haywood 

awaits praise 

from the 

coach after 

making an 

impressive 

tackle. 





FOOTBALL 




The Dayton 2000 Football Team didn't fair as well as they originally had 
hoped. The Dawgs lost many seniors last year and replaced them with only five 
this year. Co-captains Russell Haywood and Kahl Goforth, along with Greg 
DeAnglis, John Laurencelle, Altay Vigilante, and Junior Scott Hollander were all 
who were left from the 6-4 1999 Bulldawg team. This year, the football team 
faced many playoff contenders including Immaculata, New Providence, and 
North Plainfield and was confronted with many changes including the addition 
of Head Coach Kris Kohler. In addition to a new coach, many underclassmen 
were also given the opportunity to start. 

Every game was played with energy and enthusiasm, 
even though they fell short of their goal with a 0-1 record. This 
record is sure to improve tremendously in the near future. "My 
four years on the team have gone by too fast, but they have 
taught me how to win and how to lose," states Russell Haywood. 
Good luck to the future Dawgs. We foresee playoffs for this 
young talented team in the near future. Special thanks to 
"Super" Joe Voorhees for all his help over the past 4 years. 



Left: Seniors Greg, Russell, Kahl, John, Altay, 
and "Super" Joe get pumped up at the pep 
rally prior to the start of the season. 



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?ft to Right: (top row) Captain Kahl Goforth, Lindsay Stearns, Jake Morano, John 
lurencelle, Matt Spada, Tim Cabucu, Greg Zinberg (second row) Martin Moyer, 
;ott Hollander, A.J. Graciano, Leo Ferrine, Matt Stigliano, Amir Bethia, Altay 
gilante (third row) Chris Sarricino, Coach La Fergola, Coach Pettino, Coach Kohler, 
3ach DellaPia, Coach Kilmer, Captain Russell Haywood (forth row) Greg DeAngelis, 
3an Frank, Anthony Rodriguez, Ibin Raheem, Ryan Stromeyer, Joe Kahonie 
ottom row) Justin Woodruff, Sean Apicella, John Rego, Matt Betcher, Malcom 
Drdon, J.T. Weatherston 



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1 st Team All Conference 

Safety - Kahl Goforth 
Running Back - Ibin Raheem 

2 nd Team All Conference 

Middle LB. - Russell Haywood 
D.T. - Scott Hollander 
D.E. - Greg DeAnglis 

Leading Tackier 

Captain Russell Haywood 
135 tackles 

Leading Rusher 

Ibin Raheem 
678 yards 5 T.D. 

Leading Passer 

Co-Captian Kahl Goforth 
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FALL CHEERLEADING 



"Who Let the Dogs Out" blared in the background as Dayton's Fall Cheerleaders performed their amazi 
halt-time dance. It took tons of practice and hard work before these girls were able to get their dance down p 

Senior Captain Dana Rutkowski and fellow Senior Michelle Barone, led this year's varsity squad consisti 
of eighteen girls. After try-outs, when the final results were posted, the most common remark said by mi 
students at J.D.H.S. were, "Freshmen on Varsity?" Although most high schools don't allow freshmen to try-o 
our squad did benefit from this. Our squad is much louder. It also allows us to do more stunts, and it mak 
us look better than before. 

With the help of the coaches, Mrs. Moscowitz and Mr. Addvensky, the squad word hard to perfect their stun] 
dance moves, and developed new cheers. 
When it comes to putting pep in the crowd, 
Dayton has the best cheerleaders to do it. 
No matter who wins or loses, the cheer- 
leaders manage to definitely win the hearts 

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demonstrate their strength, 

balance and agility. 





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spirit of Senior 

Captains Dana 

Rutkowski and 

Michelle Barone 

sure will be 

missed next 

season. 

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Jessica, and 

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another first 

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Left to Right: (top row): Dana Rutkowski, Jessica Friedman, Heather Shanley, 
Colby Tiss, Kristin Griffin, Jennifer Rego, Ashley Steiner. Michelle Barone 
(Bottom row): Laurie Sherman, Jennifer Lewis, Vangie Guilas, Elena Rothspan, 
Kristy Neumeister, Jamie Filippone, and (last but not least) Hercules 




Left: Kristin and Vangie lead their 
"clump" in the half-time dance. 

Left (below): The cheerleaders 
pump up the football team with a 
"Stomp Those Mustangs" crash sign. 

Below: Junior Laurie Sherman 
cheers with composure. 




Above: Dana and Michelle wear 
their "spirit gloves" to keep warm 
on a cold night. 



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This year's Boys Soccer Team had a very impressive year. Lead by captains Carmine Santarella and D? 
Mirjahangiry, the 2000-2001 Jonathan Dayton Boys Soccer Team earned a record of 9-8-2. Captain Carmi 
Santarella was the team's top 
offensive player, scoring 20 
goals and assisting on 9 goals. 
His performance earned him a 
"First Team All County" honor. 
Other seniors contributing to 
the team were Captain Dara 
Mirjahangiry, top defenseman 
Dario Ruggiero, and forwards 
Sergey Khoroshevskiy and 
Roman Lukiw. Also contribut- 
ing to the team was senior 
goalie Jeff Stapfer, who aver- 
aged 8 saves a game. Junior 
Mo Abdelaziz, as well as un- 
derclassmen Mike Nittolo, 
Carlos Soto, Helmi Abdelaziz, 
and Luis Soto aided the team's 



success. 




Above: The 2000-2001 Boys Soccer Team. 





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charge for the ball. 






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3elow: "Carmine, this is 
not dance class!" 



Below: Eisenstein goes in 
for the sweep. 



Below: Helmi and Mo try to 

figure out if it's a soccer ball 

or a golden egg. 



Below: Dara searches 
for an open player. 




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Right: Staci Max sweeps 

the ball away, leaving the 

stragglers behind. 




GIRLS SOCCER 



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Why Do You Like Playing soccer? 

We asked a few of our teammates and here's what they said. 



"I enjoy kicking rubber balls into a plastic net." - U+Mey DeCoifa, 
"Being aggressive physically and mentally." - Qewy S<l^^t^,z^ 
"Opportunity to be aggressive and love for the sport." - M*We t'<*l 
'he thrill of seeing your opponents faces in the dirt, legs in the air, and 
the pure satisfaction of knowing you're better." - Mm^wI M^dlus* 
"I like green eggs and ham." - M*wi Qc*JiJUU 
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retty intimidating, huh? The 2000 Soccer Team played rough this 
eason, while having fun at the same time. As a young team eager to 
lay better, the girls worked hard throughout the season to improve, if 
ot for the team, for themselves. These driven girls, unfortunately, must 
ay good-bye to some of their senior mentors; however, they learned 
lot from them. As for the underclassmen soccer stars, they are 
etermined to return next year to season with a vengeance. 





Top: Esther Aizenberg 
dives in for a shot. 

Above: Margaret 
Mysliwiec is the team's 
"new star sweeper". 



Left to Right: (top row): Kara Christmas, Genny Schwartzberg, Margaret Mysliwiec, 
Lindsey Brahm, Maria Gonella, Tine Hopson, (second row): Chandi Patel, Lauren 
Gearity, Juliana Stravato, Staci Max (third row): Jayme Sablowsky, Krystina Seegard, 
Lindsey DeCoster, Mamie Fish (bottom row): Esther Aizenberg, Sara Steinman 




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Right: "Run, Timmy,...Run!" 
Below: "Oh... that's the spot..." 



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has perfected 

the art of 

taking off 

sweatpants 

without taking 

off one's 

sneakers. 

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gives his 

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advice. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 



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11s it true what they say about 
nners with big feet? "Yeah, they're 
ster," answers Coach Kozub as 
i prepares his team for a big meet. 
>captain seniors Jonathan Zipkin 
id Cris Melendez led this year's 
!>ys team to a 7-3 record, and 
jphomores Tim Holmish and 
.Wthan Cottage made great im- 
: ovements on their times from last 
fason. The team finished third in 
le Conference Finals, but faced 
ifficult competition from new op- 



ponents in the Valley Division. 

Senior captain Lisa DeNicolo and 
juniors Julie Marx and Nona Ring 
led the girls team. They also fin- 
ished third in the Conference Finals 
this season and had a lot of fun. 
"The team sticks together and gets 
along well because of their great 
sense of humor," said Lisa. Every- 
one agrees that they're "like a fam- 
ily," and know how to "have fun 
while working at the same time." 

With the cross-country course 



being a grueling 3.1 miles long, the 
team needed strong leadership and 
coaching to excel to victory. Boys 
coach Robert Kozub and girls coach 
William Byrne, respectively, trained 
their teams through tough practices 
of long distance and hard workouts 
to build strength and endurance. In 
the end, the teams' tremendous 
confidence, strives for improve- 
ment, and great sense of humor 
allowed them to have a great sea- 
son, on and off the course. 




.ft to Right: (top row): David Sklar, Anthony DeNicolo, John 
ottage, Cris Melendez, Jonathan Zipkin (bottom row): Jeremy 
Jarx, Thomas Milano, Teddy Chelis, Alex Kramers, Tim Homlish 



Left to Right: (top row): Nona Ring, Juliet Marx, Coach Byrne, 
Lisa DeNicolo, Diana Marques (bottom row/AgataJackewitz, 
Jenny Wang, Jennifer Gianas 




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Left: Cris strides towards the finish line. 



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VOLLEYBALL 



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This year's volleyball team 
has had a great time. Not only 
are they a dedicated bunch, 
but an enthusiastic one as well. 
The varsity and junior varsity 
team consisted of 17 girls 4 of 
which played junior varsity as 
well as varsity. The dedicated 
captains were Christina Florio, 
Tara Listowski, and Alphonsa 
Vada. Christina Florio com- 
mented, "Being that this is my 
last year, I am proud to be a 
captain." 

Despite a few communi- 



cation problems throughout the 
season, the girls' skills grew to 
become excellent. The varsity 
record was 4-13 and the junior 
varsity record was an excellent 
1 0-7, thanks to the guidance of 
Coach Anthony Scarpelli. Al- 
though the varsity team's record 
was not as victorious as they 
had hoped, the enthusiasm and 
determination of the girls re- 
sulted in an enjoyable season. 




Above: Tara smiles as the photog- 
rapher snaps a quick action shot. 



Above (right): "One, 

two, three, four... 

LET'S GO DAWGS!" 

Flight: Senior Dawgs say 
good-bye to their volleyba 
season at Dayton. 



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Below: "Keep your eye on 
the ball!" 



Below: Lisa is determined 
to hit this one. 



Below: Elissa concen- 
trates on bumping the ball 
perfectly. 



Below: "Aww...l don't 
want to hurt the ball." 




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Above: Captains Alphonsa Vadakethalakel, Christina Florio, 
and Tara Listowski show off their stylish Dayton uniforms. 




Left to right (Top): Assistant Coach Kristen Scarpelli, Danielle 
Guida, Lisa Listowski, Tara Listowski, Coach Anthony Scarpelli 
(Middle): Samantha Pellet, Lindsey Butler, Elissa Walters, 
Lauren Belliveau, Maria Zolotarsky 
(Bottom): Alphonsa Vada, Christina Florio, Alia Gulchina 



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The Girls Tennis team had a 
smashing and exciting season, fin- 
ishing with a 14-2 record. Through 
hard work and much practice over 
the summer, the girls were able to 
improve from their record of 8-7 
last year. The results of the girls' 
off-season commitment was obvi- 
ous through their improved skills. 

Playing first singles was junior 
Rena Steinbach, while senior 
Rachel Mandel played second 
singles. A new addition, Karen 
Alberti, was the team's third singles 
player. First doubles consisted of 
seniors Lillian Fasman and Christy 
Delloiacono, while the second 
doubles players included Nicole 
Osit and sophomore Val Zlotsky. 



"Eye ejj t(U tyvt,. . . " 

Senior Rachel Mandel states, 
"With our minds set to having a 
great season and fighting with all 
our might, we are able to achieve 
an outstanding record and a great 
feeling of victory." For more than 
half the season, the tennis team 
was undefeated with their 13-0 
record. Their 13-0 record took 
them into NJSIAA North Jersey, 
Section 2, Group 1 finals against 
Mountain Lakes. Although the girls 
lost, it was a close score with a 3- 
2 score. Senior Lillian Fasman 
says, "This loss was devastating 
because fourth doubles lost by just 
a few points. However, looking 
back, the season as a whole was 
wonderful." 




Left to right: (top row): Varsity Manager Jamie Neville, Tabitha Fishkin, Nicole 
Osit, Rachel Mandel, Rena Steinbach, Karen Alberti, Coach Bill Prisco 
(bottom row): Val Zlotsky, Lillian Fasman, Ali Puliti, Christy Delloiacono 



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Overall, the team achieved thepl 
goal of seating second in their Group 
1 Section and fifth in the county; 
Coach Bill Prisco had a blast worto 
ing with the team and was proud of 
his players' performances this sea- 
son. He says, "The girls workec 
hard at achieving their success anc 
they deserve such an insurmount- 
able feeling of triumph. It was the 
eye of the tiger." 

Not only did the girl's team enjoy] 
their victory, but they also had fur 
socially. The girls developed friend J 
ships with one another, and team* 
practices and bus-rides to othe 
schools, were full of laughter ana. 
enthusiasm. Senior Christ*!' 
Delloiacono states, "We made some; 
memories this season thatwill nevei 
be forgotten." 

The girls all feel that the seasof 
was a huge success. They agre^ 
that this incredible experience wi 
always be remembered. 




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Above: Ali wonders if frowning 
will improve her game. 






Below: Nothing breaks first singles 
Rena Steinbach's concentration. 




Below: Second singles senior, 

Rachel Mandel, is prepared to return 

a winning forehand shot. 




Below: Third singles player Karen 

Alberti shows her determination to hit 

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Christy, Ali, Lillian, 
and Rachel enjoy 
one last fall pep rally 
prior to the start of 
tennis season. 

Left: Lillian concen- 
trates on delivering 
her secret weapon. 



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WINTER CHEERLEADING 



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Have you got that spirit? The Jonathan Dayton Cheerleaders definitely did this past basketball season. With 
14 members on the squad, the cheerleaders were all pepped up with tons of spirit to share with the crowd. Tr is 
past season's captains were seniors Michelle Barone and Jaime Falkin. The rest of the squad included juniors 
Laurie Sherman, Vangie Guilas, Heather 
Shanley, Melissa Luciabu and Jenn Lewis. 
Sophomores on the team included Jessica 
Friedman, Kristen Griffin, Jen Rego, Elena 
Rothspan, and Jaime Nevel. And last but 
definitely not least were freshmen Ashley 
Steiner and Christy Neumeister. The 
cheerleading team was led by Coach 
Moskowitz and Coach Amy. The cheerlead- 
ers served as positive encouragement for 
both the girls and boys basketball teams, as 
well as to the crowd. With tons of cheers and 
big, bright smiles, this squad helped to march 
the basketball teams onto victory! 

Right: These pepped up 

girls cheer on the team 

from the sidelines. 




Above: Jamie and Elena 

give it all they got to cheer 

for the Dawgs. 



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Above: Vangie Guilas and Christy 

Neumeister are all smiles as they pep 

up this basketball-loving crowd. 

Right: Heather, Jen, and Kristin "raise 
their hands because their sure." 




Left to Right (top row): Elena Rothspan, Christy Neumeister, Kristin Griffin, 
Jamie Neville, Jennifer Rego, Melissa LoSchiavo (middle row): Laurie Sherman, 
Jessica Friedman, Heather Shanley, Jennifer Lewis, Vangie Guilas 
(bottom row): Michelle Barone, Mrs. Moscowitz, Jaime Falkin 



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Haaarrrrryyyy!" 

Below right: Coach Pinkava and 
Assistant Coach Mason take time 
to laugh after another Dayton win. 

Below: John Cottage can't believe he just 
beat out the competition and won the race. 




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I bulldogs swim team broke into the new millenium with a bang. Despite losing most of last year's teammates, 
H dawgs finished with a winning record for the second straight year in a row. This year's team was led by Senior 
:j»tain Mitch Hollander and Junior Captain Bryan Demberger. The rest of the team included juniors Drew 
I agna, Wojtek Mysliwiec, Garry Goldman, Roman Bronshteyn, Shany David, Monica Taylor, and Megan 
F: is. The sophmores were John Cottage, Matt Stigliano, and Valerie Zlotsky and freshman swimmers included 
vnle Greten, Raquel Mendez, Danielle Decagna, Christina Chonko, Danielle Gritanas, and Maria Micelli. 

his year's team had some outstanding performances. The boys team finished third place in the conference, 
I ling one point shy of second place. Mitch Hollander, Bryan Demberger, Drew Decagna, and Garry Goldman 
I e all multiple medal winners at the Mountain Valley Conference meet, while John Cottage received one 

medal. Another great per- 
formance was from 
Demberger who broke the 
nineteen-year-old butterfly 
record. 

Coach Pinkava and 
Assistant Coach Mason 
were there every night to 
train the squad. 

"I think we turned a 
lot of people's heads this 
year. We trained hard and 
had plenty of fun. You could 
see the improvements in 
our swimmers throughout 
the season," said coach 
Pinkava with a smile on 
her face. 

Overall the Dayton 
swim team had one of their 
most successful seasons 
Above: Captains Mitch Hollander and Bryan Demberger guard in years. 




Above: Captains Mitch Hollander and Bryan Demberger guard 
the pool from the other teams. 




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swim team takes a 
break from practice 
for a quick picture. 



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WRESTLING 




The Dayton 2000-2001 wres- 
tling team finished their season 
13-12-1. This was exceptional for 
such a young team consisting of 8 
freshman, 8 sophomores, 6 jun- 
iors, and 5 seniors. 

Dayton's outstanding wres- 
tlers this year were Altay Vigilante, 
Ryan Yospin, Marc Yospin, and 
Stefano Sarricino. Ryan Yospin fin- 
ished his season by captur- 
ing second place in the Union 
County Wrestling Champion- 
ships at 1 03 lbs. with a record 
of 15-8. Mark Yospin took 3 rd 
place in the district at 1 1 2 lbs 
and finished his season 17- 
8. 

Junior Stefano Sarricino 
finished his season with the 
team's best record of 28-1. 
Stefano took first place at 
both the Union County Wres- 
tling Championship and Dis- 
trict Tournament. Stefano 
says, "We could have done 



much better this year, but we had a 
young team. We'll definitely do much 
better with an older more experi- 
enced team next year." 

Dayton's lone senior, Altay 
Vigilante, has wrestled varsity since 
freshman year. Altay finished this 
year's season 25-4. He took first 
place in the Union County Wrestling 
Championship and third place in 



the District in the 125 lbs. weigh 
class. This year he was also namec 
the "Outstanding Wrestler" in tty 
Union County Wrestling Champi- 
onships. Altay has been an asse 
to the team for the past four yean 
and will surly be missed. 

Next year's wrestling tearr 
hopes to dominate with hard work 
experience, and dedication. 





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Above: Altay Vigilante sets up 
his pinning combination. 



Above: Stefano Sarricino shows his 

opponent why he was name "District 

Campion". 



Above: Joe Rodriguez searches 

for that last little bit of energy to 

pin this guy. 



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Below: "Mark Yospin wins the match 



Below: Ryan Yospin is just like 
his brother; he has no mercy. 







Below: Captain Adam Cohen carries the puck past a 
stunned Nutley defenseman. 




Above: Team enforcer Brett Berger 
lines up another victim for a hit. 



Above: Eric Decter steps up on a 
Nutley player. 



Above: Mike Rodrigues waits at tha I 
point to shoot a rocket. 



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'he Dayton Ice Hockey team had a great season this year. They began the season with a new coach, Todd 

revitch , coming in to help returning coach Peter Finkle. The dawgs came into the season losing 6 seniors. 

'ith many intense practices the Dawgs worked hard as a team to improve their game. As each game 

iproached, the team got mentally prepared for a victory. In the locker room before each game it was mentioned 

it "this is the biggest game of the season." It turned out that each game was. The ice hockey team found 

themselves fighting for a 
home ice slot in the play- 
offs and for states. The 
team ended the season 
with 6-13-1 ranking 6 in the 
American C conference. 
The team was lead by Cap- 
tains John Laurencelleand 
Adam Cohen. Leadership 
was also found in Brett 
Berger and Clay 
Boeninghaus. Theysettwo 
new team records and 
came together as a team. 
Overall the Dayton Ice 
Hockey team had a very 
successful season. 




.eft to Right: (top row): Manager Mamie Fish, Coach Todd Drevitch, Ross Kravetz, Captain John Laurencelle, 
Captain Adam Cohen, Eric Decter, Assistant Captain Clay Boeninghaus, Jared Preston, Andrzej Moczydlowski, 
vssistant Captain Brett Berger, Justin Roman, Coach Peter Finkle, Manager Rachel Millman (bottom row): Jeff 
ichultz, Matt Schachtel, David Sklar, Jeremy Kovacs, A.J. Garciano, Anthony Rodiguez, Mike Rodrigues, Dean 
Cakounis, Craig Radzion, Josh Wolkoff (not pictured): Manager Rachel Goldman, Manager liana Namias 



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talian feast he is going to have after his 
big win against Newark Academy. 



Above: Captain John Laurencelle 
jumps up the ice for a break-out pass. 



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Above: Adam and Andrzej talk 

about which player they are 

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BOYS BASKETBALL 



Right: Captain Dario 

Ruggiero saves the team 

with another three. 



Once again, 
Dayton's Boys 
Basketball Team 
got off to a phe- 
nomenal 9-1 
start, winning the 
T r i - C o u n t y 
Christmas Tour- 
nament for the 
second year in a 
row, beating 
Rahway in the 
first round, and 
later beating 
Union Catholic. 
Tri-captain seniors, Jeff Stapfer, Carmine 
Santarella, and Dario Ruggerio contributed greatly 
to the Dawg's success. They recieved tournament 
MVP honors. Coach Berger said, "This team is 
different from many other teams in the past. Hav- 
ing eight seniors only strengthened our team be- 
cause the seniors showed a lot of leadership both 
on and off the court." 

Coach Petino said, "This is the last year of high 
school basketball for some of our players, and 
they made it a memorable one." 

Right: Chris Ravelo gets his game face 
on and heads for the basket. 



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Mo looks 

to drive 

the ball to 

the 

basket. 



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the Oratory player feel violated as Santarella steals the ball and goe 
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Left to Right: (top row): Coach Berger, Coach Mase, Scott 
Kessel, James Cariello, Matt Paz, Jeff Stapfer, Chad 
Freundlich, La Quan Boone, Carmine Santarella, Coach 
Petino, Coach Berger (bottom row): Justin Woodruff, Dario 
Ruggiero, Mo Abdelaziz, Chase Freundlich, Chris Ravelo 



Far Left: Chase searches for 
an open man to make the pass. 

Left: Matt sets himself up for 
another dunk. 

Below: Scott Kessel gets the rebound and 
puts it back for another 2 points. 



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Left to Right: (top row): La Quan Boone, Don Volkert, 
Lindsay Sterns, Mike Nittolo, Mike Stauhs, Coach Nash 
(bottom row):T\m Homlish, Adam Bensimon, Justin Woo- 
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The JDHS Girls Basketball team started the season with a phenominal start putting together a record of 5 
- 1 . Their jumpshots, lay-ups, and fast break plays added to this year's success. These skills contributed to 
their rise to the top and achievement of 1st place in the Tri-County Christmas Tournament. However, many 
seniors this year contributed to the success of the entire team and they will be missed. 

Linda Agostinelli, Tara Listowski, Dana Rutkowski, and Christina Tomasino will be greatly missed next year: 
however, the coach has an optimistic outlook for next 
year because of the extremely talented underclass- 
men. They are feared by their opponents and promise 
to uphold Dayton's Girls Basketball reputation. Dana 
Rutkowski predicts, "The team should have just as 
good a record as this year as long as they keep up the 
effort they put in." 




Above: As Tara 

Listowski waits for 

the pass. Sara 

Abraham does a 

cheer down the 

court showing how 

open she is. 

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being pushed 

backwards, Esther 

Aizenberg still 

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Left to right: (top row): Coach Griffiths, Tahira Clark, Dane 
Rutkowski, Christina Tomasino, Margaret Mysliwiec, lyeisha 
Gordon, Sara Abraham, Lisa Listowski, Coach Rennie (middle 
rcwI'LindseyBrahm, Linda Agostinelli, Tara Listowski, Michelle 
Tomasino (bottom row): Esther Aizenberg, Sara SteinmanJ 
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Left to right: (top row): Margaret Mysliwiec, Lindse 
Beckelman, Kate Cuillo, lyeisha Gordon, Lisa Clark, Um 
Listowski, Coach Campbell (bottom row): Stacey Fishkii] 
Andrea Handeli, Ashley Goldberg, Krystina Seegard, Michel | 
Tomasina, Juliana Stavato 



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drives to the 
basket. 



Left: Christina Tomasino says to 
herself, "I think I can!" as she goes up 
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The 2000-2001 Winter Track season had a good start. Even though the team was mostly inexperience 
runners, everyone practiced hard and contributed to the team. Coaches Byrne, Cozza, Kozub and Prise- 
helped the team with their various events such as the 55meter dash, the 55meter hurdles, 400. 1 600. 3200mete 
relay, shot put, and high-jump. This year, senior Olga Oksov placed first in both the County and Conferenc 
championships in high-jump. Marcia Hendeli and Olga Oksov also walked away with a first place metal at th< 
County Relays at Elizabeth. 

Coach Byrne looks forward to coaching his 28 th season. "Although we 
have a lot of young runners, the team is improving tremendously. They are all 
dedicated, determined to do their best." 






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Oksov 

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new heights 

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Senior Christina 

Florio thinks, 

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this growing from 

my neck?" 

Far Right (middle): 

Senior Rachel 

Mandel uses all 

her might to throw 

her best at the 

conference meet. 

Far Right (bottom): 

Lauren Belleveau 

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BOWLING 



If you are asking if the bowling team exists, the answer is "Yes"! Although the team only consists of two 
idividuals, Allison Lau and Tine Hopson, it is well represented. Allison and Tine collaborate with Brearley 
tudents to compete against a variety of schools through out the central Jersey area. They usually bowl at 

"Highway Bowling" in 
Union and are coached 
by Mr. McGowen. On 
occasion, the bowling 
team will celebrate their 
high scores overacouple 
of pizzas, which some- 
times seems to be their 
favorite aspect of being 
on the bowling team. 
When asked what they 
do to prepare for bowling 
event, Tine claimed, "We 
do excercise and stretch 
our fingers." 




Left: Allison and Tine are 
Dayton's Bowling Team. 



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Allison and Tine 
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The Dayton Tennis Team was very excited 
to get back on the court this season to 
slaughter the opposition. From last year's 

2000 Conference Championship, the 2000- 

2001 Dayton Tennis Team looked to go even 
farther this season. With losing only two 
seniors since last year's season, the team 
feels they still have the determination, skill, 
and capability to make it far in the state 
tournaments. According to captains Felix 
Mil and Chad Freundlich, the team has been 
successful in the past and will be successful 
in the future. Eager to get out on the courts, 
the boys planned on making it difficult for the 
rival teams to succeed. When all is said and 
done at the end of the season, the Boys 
Tennis Team hopes to defend the Confer- 
ence Championship once again. 




Right to left: (top row) Coach Prisco, Chase Freundlich, Adam Cohen, Jarec 
Weisman (middle row) Brad Shortall, Lawrence Bluestone, Serge; 
Khoroshevskiy, Brian Sperber (bottom row) Felix Mil, Chad Freundlich 



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Felix Mil has a 
winning backhand 
stroke. 

Left: Junior Adam 
Cohen is showing us 
his victory dance. 

Below: Sergey, 
with all his might, 
drives the ball back 
over the net. 




Above: Adam, Kinishka, and Alex model their new rackets. 

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The 2001 Varsity Softball Team is off to a 
great start! Thanks to many of the returning 
players and three new freshman starters, this 
team has the strength and dedication to make 
this season a successful one. With weeks of 
strenuous practices, the speed and accuracy of 
each player has increased greatly since last 
season. The whole team hopes for a winning 
season. "Our team has improved a great deal 
since last year and we are all hoping this season 
will be very successful," says right fielder Elissa 
Walters. 



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Elissa Walters, Val Zlotsky, Coach Rennie, (middle row) Lyndsey I 
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Roland, Jill Kurzner (middle row) Angela Agostinelli, Jenna Alifantt 
Jayme Sablowski, Jen Cheung, Jenn Gianas (bottom row) Ashle 
Tiss, Ashley Steiner, Rachel Ginsberg 



Below: Junior Esther Aizenberg 
waits for her pitch. 



Below: Sophomore Valerie Zlotsky 
waits for the sign from her coach. 



Below: Lauren Belliveau plans on 
bunting this one. 





Far Left: 
Senior 
Christina 
Florio 
warms up 
the infield. 

Left: 
Lyndsey 
and Sara 
make a 
swift play 
at second 
base. 



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Dana Rutkowski, 
having just 
recovered from 
a knee injury 
that occurred 
during the winter 
season, is back 
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"We wi oaA> to, tic l^lic^hc... " 



The 2001 Dayton Baseball Team 
is starting off on a new foot, with 1 
of last season's starters graduat- 
ing, new coaches Mike Mundy, Rich 
Kennedy, and Joe Depari have 
their work cut out for them. The 




new leaders are a welcomed addi- 
tion to the Dayton's coaching staff. 
They bring many years of experi- 
ence, such as Coach Mundy's play- 
ing A-Baseball for the Colorado 
Rockies Organization. "The new 
coaches are ex- 
cellent. They 
work us hard, but 
to see the out- 
come it's all worth 
it," says senior 
c o - c a p t a i n 
James Cariello. 



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Steve 

Cohen 

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pitching 

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Freshman Brian 

Stitt warms up 

his cannon. 

Right: Sopho- 
more Michael 
Rodrigues waits 
for the incoming 
pitch. 



This year's team is fairly you 
made up mostly of sophomon 
They exert themselves to make 
for experience they have not yi 
gained and hope to do so within tti 
next season. Everyone on the te 
seems very optimistic and has 
great attitude towards the game, 
and each other. Though tin 
DAWGS have a powerful preseno 
on the field with key strong playersi- 
it is a unified effort that makes then 
difficult to beat. 



Left to right: (top row) 
Coach Mundy, Coach Kennedy, Brian Stitt, Greg Zinberg, Ste* 
Cohen, Christy Delloiacono, Alycia Johnson, Lisa DeNicolo 
(middle row) Joe Mase, Sean Cordoni, James Cariello, Ka! 
Goforth, Mike Nitolo, Justin Woodruff, Anthony Rodriguez 
(bottom row) Malcolm Gordon, John Rego, Michael Rodrigues 
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Once again, Dayton's Spring 
Track Team had a great start to 
the season. The team, managed 
by Coach Byrne, who coaches 
the girls, and Coach Cozza, who 
manages the boys, along with 
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train for the spring season. 

Captains Dara Mirjahangiry, 
Russell Haywood, Olga Oksov, 
Nicole Nagger, Sara Abraham, 
and Scott Kessel help train the 
underclassmen as well. Along 

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this year's team successfully 
competed against many of the 
best teams throughoutthe county 
and conference, scoring points 
along the way. 



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Amanda 

and Sharon 

plan to 

outrun the 

opposition. 



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and Genny 

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the compet 

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opponent. 



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Above: Samantha manages 
to take the lead. 



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Russell take the lead. 




Above: Sean and Dara plan to pass this turkey! 



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The Dayton Golf Team, consisting of freshmen through seniors, is off 
to a great start! With the help of Coach Steiginga, the team has improved 
greatly as a whole, as well as individually, by cutting down on their strokes. 
"My goal is to at least get a whole-in-one every match," says Jay T. 
Weatherston. 

Unfortunately, the team will be losing one of its great golfers, John 
Laurencelle, but the teams plans on recruiting the incoming freshmen for 
next season. 



Left to right: (top row) 
John Laurencelle, Eric 
Decter.Jared 
Preston, Ross Kravetz, 
Coach Steiginga 
(bottom row) Jay T. 
Weatherston, Staci 
Max, Josh Wolkoff, 
Corey Falkin 





Above: Ross Kravetz concen- 
trates on his perfect swing. 



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John Laurencelle 
prepares himself 
for a hole-in-one. 



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himself, "I can do this blindfolded. 




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girls manage to maintain a 
unique bond. "If the team 



were to meet at Dayton, 
then maybe more girls 
would want to participate," 
states Nicole Naggar. 

Dayton girls who par- 
ticipate on the gymnastics 
team practice and compete 
in the following challeng- 
ing categories: bars, beam, 
vault, and the floor 
excercise. "Trying not to 
get injured is one of our 
main goals, aside from win- 
ning," claims one of our 
finest Dayton gymnasts. 
Although the gymnastics 
team performed well this 
season, Dayton gymnasts 
would like to have more 
girls jointhe team nextyear. 




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are really happy with their scores; however, the Brearley 
gymnast in the middle feels she could have performed better. 



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WEST SIDE STORY 



The well-known musical West Side Story, performed on March 22nd, 23rd, and 24 th , 2001 proved to be one 
of Dayton's huge successes. Dayton's talented cast helped to bring tragic love story to life on the stage of Halsev 
Hall. The show itself reflects a modern day Romeo and Juliet love story. The two gangs, the Jets, led by Rl 
(Keith Dworkin), and the Sharks, led by Bernardo (Josh Fraenkel), are constantly at war with each other. The 
Jets consist of Catherine Tuma, Melissa Loschaivo, Tabatha Fishkin, Madeline Kaplan, Sonye Mahgrefteh 
Manoah Finston, Alex Garlen, Chris Phillips, Jessica Goldblat, Matt Sauerhoff, and Lillian Fasman. Shark; 
include Ashley Steiner, Anthony DeNicolo, and "Super Joe" Voorhees. At the town dance, Maria, a Sharf 
(played by Mamie Fish) catches the eye of Tony, a Jet (played by Jon Zipkin.) The only one who knows of thei 
secret romance is Maria's best friend, 
Anita (Colby Tiss), who is also Bernardo's 
girlfriend. Maria's other friends, (Monica 
Schwartz, Jill Kurzner, Rachel Millman, 
and Jayme Sablosky), do not find out 
about the love affair until it is too late and 
by that time, Tony is already shot by 
Maria's former lover, Chino (Cris 
Melendez). Although West Side Story 
ends tragicly, the play is quite lively and 
cheerful due to the entertaining songs 
and dance numbers. Thanks to the di- 
rection of Jennifer McCollum, musical 
coordination and direction of Tanya 
Boehme, and production of Ron Slate, 
West Side Story was a success. 

Right: Jonathan Zipkin 

and Marnie Fish 

rehearse their lines as 

"Tony" and "Maria". 




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want to be in America, 

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Left: The Sharks steal Maria away 
from Tony for a quick picture. ..and 
yes,. ..those studly men on the right, 
Alex Garlen and Joe Voorhees, were 
on stage in front of the curtain for 
this performance. 

Below: Rachel, Jayme, Monica, and 
Jill are glad to be Shark "chicks". 




Above (left): Tony climbs to Maria's 
window and serenades her. 

Above: The Jets are 
ichin' to fight the Sharks. 

Left: These five Jets will do 
anything in their power to pre- 
vent their friend, Tony, from 
"crossing over to the other side". 



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The Class of 2001 will be sadly missed. Contained 
within the pages to follow are just some of the many 
individuals who have supported us on our never- 
ending journey through life. The seniors appreci- 
ate the undying love and support received from 
faculty, friends, and family. 



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a sweetheart when you were little, and you 
remain a sweetheart today. May you never lose 
that quality. 

You have great ability-May you always 
believe in yourself. You have given us so many 
happy memories. May you continue to create 
happy memories throughout your life. 

We wish you good health and may all your 
dreams come true. You deserve the very best. 
We love you, we treasure you, and we are so 
very proud of you. 

Love Always, 
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"If you can imagine it, 
you can achieve it. 
If you can dream it, 
you can become it." 

Whatever path you choose we wish you luck and 
lots of fun to live the life you have imagined. But, 
never forget your way back to our house. 

Love always, 

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man. We are so proud of you and all of your 

many accomplishments. As you begin this 

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success. We will always be here for you. 

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Jodi Santo 

Congratulations! 

We are so proud of you! 
You are the daughter every parent dreams of. Your love and devotion 

are always heartfelt. 

Jodi, with your heart and spirit, your future goals and dreams are endless. 

Remember that many people search for rainbows, you are among the few 

that find them and enjoy their beauty. 

Follow your heart and happiness will always be yours. 

With all our love and respect, 
Mom and Dad 



Dear Jo, 

Congratulations! 

Good Luck in college next 
year. I'm going to miss you so 
much. 

I love you! 
Casey 

To Our Loving Jodi, 

You are a star that will always 

shine in our hearts and we 

know that star will shine in all 

your future endeavors. 

Congratulations! 
Love, Gram & Gramps 




Dear Jodi. 

"Your presence is a present 
to the world. 

You're unique & one of a 
kind. 

Your life can be what you 
want it to be. 

Take the days just one at a 
time. 

Reach for your peak, your 
goal, 

And don't ever forget... for 
even a day... how very special 
you are." 

We Love You! 
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Dear Jodi, 

Congratulations! 

May your dreams take you where you 

want to go in life. 

We love you, 
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Dear Jodi, 

I am so proud of you! You deserve all 
the good things to come. You are more 
than my family, you are my friend. 

I love you, 
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To Our Jaime, 

You are truly a sparkler! You have a heart of 
gold, & we are so proud of all the successes 
you have achieved thus far in your life. We 
know your future will hold wonderful things, 
& that you will exceed all your dreams. 



You are an 
inspiration to 
us. 

We love you, 

Vad/ 





Dear Jaime, 

We are so proud of you! We could 
not have asked for a better sister. 
Congratulations! 

We love you, 
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Our Dearest lllisa - 

As we watch you grow into your own life and leave your 
childhood behind, we want for you so many wishes 
deep within our hearts. We wish you the strength to 
face challenges with confidence, along with the wis- 
dom to choose your battles carefully. We wish you a 
world of adventure and experience along with the 
serenity that comes from listening to your inner voice. 
We wish you the satisfaction of seeing your goals 
achieved and the true contentment of simple things - 
- work well-done, friends well-loved, and moments 
caught and cherished. Yet, ourgreatestwish, our dear 
lllisa, is that you will always remember how much you 
are loved. For you are a beautiful, special person - a 
young woman we are so very proud to have for a 
•daughter. 

All our love, 

and Dad 





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a boy who could someday carry on the future of our 
family. We hoped that this little boy would make our 
family very proud, especially my father, your grand- 
father. Watching you grow through elementary and 
high school, I want to assure you that all our 
expectations have been realized. There are no 
words in any language to describe our pride in our 
Christian. All I can say is "Thank you for being such 
a wonderful son," and to wish you the best of luck 
in this important pahse of your education. Con- 
gratulations, my son! 

Love you, DAD 

On one Saturday night on May 21 , 1 983, 1 gave birth 

to my first born whom I named, Christian A. Ravelo 

(a.k.a. Chris). That was the most wonderful day of 

my life. When I first held you in my arms, I knew you 

were the BEST THING that ever happened to me. 

As you grew older, Chris, you became a wonderful, 

respectful, loyal, and honest young man. Thank you for being 

who you are. I am certain that you will achieve every goal you 

so desire. You are my pride and joy. The best of luck to you in 

your new beginning. 

Love you, MOM 

"My Brother and/ MeJ' 

We have laughs, we have fights, and we have light in us that 
inspires us to be good. Even though sometimes we're unpleas- 
ant, we still will be good in a second. For love and games, good 
luck with college and I know you'll be very successful. 
P.S. Enjoy college years and tell me all about it. 
| Love your sister, Ananda 

We just wanted to tell you how proud we are of you and how 
confident we are that you are going to be the best that you can 
be in what ever you choose to do. Sky is the limit for special 
people like yourself to achieve all the goals that you want. You 
will always have a special place in our hearts and we will always 
be there for you. 
Love you, Uncle Mike and Chury 

Congratulations - graduation is the beginning of the rest of your 
life. I know that you will do great things and you will always be 
someone special who makes me proud. 
Love, Shauna 

Al llegar a esta etapa de tu vida, llegas a realizar una de tus 
grandes metas, la de graduarte de High School. Espero que 
mantengas muy en alto el deseo de realizarte como profesional. 
Este, es el gran desafio de tu vida y de antemano se que lo 
lograras para satisfaccion de todos. 
Te quiere, Tia Gladys 





I am really proud of you and happy I 
have a cousin like you to look up to for 
advice and everything. Good Luck! 
Love, Mike 

I am so proud of you. You have done so 
much in life and I know there is much to 
come. I love you and good luck! 
Love, Tiffany 

Que Dios te bendiga y te ilumine el 
camino para que puedas alcanzartodas 
las metas que te has propuesto, recibe 
las bendiciones de tu tia Daisi. 



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Congratulations on your 

graduation! 

You have always made us 

proud! We wish you 

success, love and 

happiness! 

It's been a pleasure! 



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CONGRATULATE THE CLASS 

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LUCK AND GOOD FORTUNE 

FOR THE FUTURE. 




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would like to con- 
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ating class of 
Jonathan Dayton H.S. 



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YOU BRING NOTHING BUT LOVE, 

JOY AND HAPPINESS TO OUR 
LIVES! WE ARE VERY PROUD OF 
YOU! THE FUTURE CAN BE ANY- 
THING YOU WANT IT TO BE- GO 
FOR IT ALL! 



With all our love, 
Mom and Dad 



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Dear Joe, 

Congratulations! We are so proud of you. 
You are our Super Joe. No matter what path 
you choose to take, may you always succeed 
and be happy. We love you so much. You're 
the best! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Dana Rutkowski 




Dana, 

We are so proud of your academic and athletic 
accomplishments. With your strong will and 
determination, we know you will succeed at 
whatever you set out to do. We are so proud 
to have you as our daughter and my sister. 
Love you lots, 
Mom, Dad & Jaime 



Russell Haywood 

Football Captain 



Lisa DeNicolo 




We are so thankful for having you for a son. 

You are smart, funny, responsible, and 

easy going . . . you are terrific! 

Thank you for being YOU. 

Good luck in college, we will surely 

miss you next year. 

Love from Mom and Dave 




Lisa, 

From your first day of 
kindergarten to your 
last day of high school 
you have made us 
proud of you and of 
your accomplishments. 
May your future be 
filled with lots of love, 
health, happiness and 
success. 

We love you ! ! ! ! 

DAD, MOM & 
ANTHONY 

Traci, Ted, 

Alexis & Alyssa 

Michele, Harris, 

Jessica & Christian 



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beautiful, intelligent, thoughtful and caring human 

being. We wish you the best in health, happiness and 

success throughout your lifetime. Remember, always 

smile that great SMILE! May you always "be who you 

are and do what you want because those who mind 

don't matter, and those who matter don't mind." We 

are so proud of you and love you very much. 

Congratulations and Good Luck! 

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Claudia Petrilli 



Dear Claudia, 

Congratulations! 
We're so proud of 
you. You have 
grown into a re- 
markable young 
woman. We're 
proud of your inde- 
pendence and your 
strong belief in mak- 
ing your own deci- 
sions and not to be a 
follower. High 
school has prepared 
you for what's 
ahead in the world and we trust that you will accomplish 
whatever you set your mind to. 

As we send you off to college, we send with you our 
love and best wishes for a wonderful and successful 
experience. We're always here for you if you need us. 
Stay the way you are and always keep your faith in God. 
He will lead your way. 

Love you always. 
Mommy, Daddy, & Daniela r 

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Michael Mitchell 

Congratulations, son, on your high school graduation. In case I haven't told you lately, I'm 
so very proud of you and the achievements you have made during your high school years. 
Mike, they say all good things must come to an end, and your stay at Jonathan Dayton High 
School is over. I hope your experiences, good and/or bad, have molded you into a man, a 
man who will work hard in life. Remember study, study until you are old, for a good education 

is better than silver or gold. 
Silver and gold will tarnish 
and fade, but a good educa- 
tion is here to stay. "Trust in 
the Lord with all your heart 
and leaning not to your un- 
derstanding, but in all your 
way acknowledge Him, so 
that He may direct your 
paths" (Proverbs 3:5-6). 



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love you Mike, 
Mom 




"Learning is 

its own exceeding 

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Danielle, 

As we look back through the years remembering all your "Firsts", your ups and downs? our 

dreams and hopes for you, we have to smile. It is so wonderful to have such a beautiful girl 

for our daughter. Not just outer beauty, but a truly warm-hearted, loving girl inside. We wish 

for you all the best life has to offer and that you will always remain YOU! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Danielle, 

Much happiness and success in 

your future. May you achieve 

all your goals. 

Love, 

Grandma & Grandpa 

Guida 

Danielle, 

Always follow your dreams 

and believe in yourself. 

Love, 

Uncle Michael, Aunt Diana 

& 

Michele 




Congratulations Danielle, 

We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Uncle Ernie, Aunt Sandi, 

Peter, Nicole & Fredo 



D- 

Good Luck and Best Wishes! But 

please, MOVE OUT ALREADY!! 

Just kidding!! Big Hugs! 

Love, 

Melissa, Lauren, Jenna & Andrew 

"Study Hard and Have Fun" 

Love, 

Aunt Val & Uncle John 



Danielle, 

All your dreams can come true 

rf you have the courage to 

pursue them. 

Love, 

Grandma & Grandpa 

Faraone 

Danielle, 

All our love and prayers that 

you will find success and 

happiness throughout lifes 

journey. 

Love, 

Uncle Buster, Aunt Donna, 

Chris & AJ. 

Danielle, 

Good Luck in college and 

much happiness in your future. 

Love, 

Uncle Tom, Aunt Sharon, 

Thomas & Tyler 



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Dayton's Ctass of 

2001! 




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David Horowitz 

To our son David, 

Congratulations on your high school 
graduation. Your entire family is very 

proud of you and wishes you much 
success and happiness for the future. 

Love, 
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Christina Tomasino 

Dear Christina (UeeJ- 

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much luck in all that you do, and remem- 
ber we are already proud of you. May all 
your dreams soon become a reality! 

Love you, 
Mom, Dad, and Robert 



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No matter 
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in life, who you 
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successes that 
you achieve, 
and your 
dreams that are 
realized, you will 
always be 
deeply loved, 
cherished, and 
adored. 
We are very proud of your accomplish- 
nents, admire your hard work and commit- 
ment, and respect the young woman that 
/ou have become, a caring, kind, and sensi- 
:ive human being. 

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Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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Love - Mom, Dad, and Danny 




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you. We're proud of 
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Love, 
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To my "little" brother Joseph, 



After all these years, I can still remember you as a little 

boy by my side. Even though you've grown so big, I will 

always think of you as my "little" brother. I'm proud of 

everything you have done and everything that you stand 

for. Congratulations! 

Love, your sister - Michele 





My son, my son! 

This is your year, 2001! Enjoy the success! You 

deserve it! You have always brought happiness 

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Follow your dreams, and may success and 

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Dear Brian, 

When you were first born and weighed only 3 
lbs. 9 ozs., the odds of you even living to the next 
hour were slim. Now we see you finishing high 
school, graduating with honors, and continu- 
ing your education. We believe in miracles. The 
light within you shines bright for all to see. We 

love you and 
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you in every- 
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Congratulates the Class 
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CONGRATULATIONS! JOE FLESCH 

Best of Luck in the future! 

We love you, Aunt Mat & Uncle Tommy 

Joe Flesch: I am very proud of my grandson 
and wish you all the best in the future. Re- 
member to follow the rainbow for the "Pot of 
Gold"! Love, Nana Epple 

To My Dear Grandson, Joseph: I wish you 
all the luck in your life and I hope whatever 
you wish for will come true. May God bless 
you. I love you always, Nona Flesch 

CONGRATULATIONS, JOE FLESCH! 

I am very proud of you. 
Love, Aunt Fran 

To Dara Mirjahangiry: 

Congratulations on your graduation! 

Best wishes for future years. 

Love - The Shafaie & Mirjahangiry families 

To Michael Mitchell: Congratulations! We 
wish you the best of luck. Love, Aunt Melissa, 
Aunt Patricia, and cousins Jerome, Eric, 
Joshua, Malcolm, and Clemintina 

To Michael Mitchell: Congtatulations, Grand- 
son, on your high school graduation. Success 
and happiness always. 
Love, Granddaddy 

To Mike Mitchell: Work hard, and you'll be 
successful in everything you do. We are so 
proud of you, brother. Love, LaToya, Nicole, 
Kyle, & Greg 

To our daughter - - Dear Anna, We are 

very proud of you, and we wish you all the 
best of luck in your future endeavors. We love 
you, Mom, Dad, & Daniel 

The Best to the Class of 2001 , 
Especially to Gary Steitz! 

Love, Mom, Chris & Matt 



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MOM*BBALL! GoodLuck2CLASSof01 

Michelle Barone 

2ALL MY GIRLS WE HAD SUM CRAZY XS EUG I 
LUV U 4EVER THNX 2 MY FAM I LUV U 

Vickie Bingle 

TheBestThng2FmdsCanLeamlsThtTheyCanGrowSepratlyW/ 
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Will Miss Everyl So Much Class of 2001 Good Luck 
' W/Everythng U Do My Luv 2 U All *XOXO Bingle* 

Lawrence Bluestone 

1 WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER JDHS. NOT 4 ALL THE 
- COMPLAINTS, BUT 4 ALL OF THE GDTIMES I HAVE 

HAD W/MY FRIENDS. GL 4 THE FUTURE. DOWN 
W/THE SHEEP! 

James Cariello 

Txs2AIIMyLuvs~M 

0mDadChrisG~MaG~Pa*lluvDana*GdLuck2Frnds 
' RHJVSKVCMP*Mr.A*#24MemsDiamanteBballBlond 

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i Jennifer Cheung 

2 EVRY1 THAT'S BEEN THERE 4 ME-JF 00 AG RM 
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Christy Delloiacono 

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Lillian Fasman 

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PEACE I'M OUT GOODBYE SPRIN GFIELD!!!! 

Jennifer Fiorelli 

2mywndrflfrndsUgysmentthewrld2me!JC*AG*00* 
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Christina Florio 

Mom,Dad,Steve-Txs for making me who I am, ILY! To 
all my tru frnds-TXS for all the smiles, laughs & tears, 
they're unforgettable, just like you. 

Josh Fraenkel 

TXS4THE GR8 MEMS: 

JCJFJGOOAGSKLFRMRKEFCTLDLATL; 

MOM&DAD-ILY,CMCTMF(WSSRULZ) 

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ThanxGOD&MyFamily4everything.RAGEagainstTHESheep!- 
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Difficult2Leave&lmpossible 2Forget!! 

Michael Greico 

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ 

I hope I didn't forget anyone -Find your own initials - 

Johnny NewBrook 

Alia Gulchina 

Mom&dad txs4evrythng*ILY!Txs4 the mems* 
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Russell Haywood 

GD LUK to EVRY1 NX YR BFFDARAJAMES ALL MY 
LUV to Meghan Bubb I've hd fun #53 

Alycia Johnson 

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Scott Kessel 

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ltReal"MrA-SuadeCoat(Lotion)*MamaLeon-Much 
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Ashley King 

BF'S R SIS'S FATE FRGT 2GIVUS* 

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Mom*Mom&Dad ILY*GdLuckClasof01! 

Rena Kleyman 

Mom & Dad TXS 4 Everything & ILY so much!"we 
start2say Gdbye & I immediately think of 3 more 
things 2 say" Congrats 2 the class of 2001 !TXS 4 
TTHEMEMS:JF(Janie)AG(BaJlalla)CO(allga)JC(Fungus)JF(Russian) 
RM(Rachelchka)LF(Billie)JF(Joshie)SK(Hottie)CM(NYU 
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2000:OOAKAPI will always laugh&remember the GD 
X.The Mems of parties, Frnds, &GDX will stay w/me 
4ever!CM:NYU here we comel&Rob enjoy HSI 

Vicky Kozlenko 

Txs2MyFmlyUvAlwysBnThr4Me*ILuvUMomDadJake* 

DntKnoWreld BW/oU"LotsOfLuv2MyGrlsWeveShard 

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NtheYrs2ComeH 

Alex Kramers 

Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera.Alyssa Milano, Salma 
Hayek, Beyonce.SJP 

Tara Listowsi 

Txs2MyMom,Dad&Sis4AlwysPuttingUpW/Me,IKnow 

ltWsntEZ,ILuvUAIISoMuch.WhtsUp2AIIMyFrends:SA- 

Txs4AlwysLisning2Me;FF,AV-Shore,Rtgers;LA-Rt22, 

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OrlWontLetUTakeMeHome;MM-9/29/99UrNotOnly 

MyByfrndButAlsoMyBstFrend.lLuvUW/AIIMyHeart. 

Rachel Mandel 

2myheros:mom&dadlLUSOMUCH2myawesomfrnds:ILU 
ALL:LFBFF+TNSPAL4LIFE'LD+CM=BFFAG" 
00*JC"3JF*JG*CT*RK*LB 

Cris Melendez 

Thxs2Every1 4UrSupprt* Dad&theRstofmyFAM-Thxs4 

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Mamiringa-graciasPorSoportarmeYayudarme 

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Mon&Fez-TLC2*-AJ'YEA BABY'-YdoYouLive?'- 
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Felix Mil 

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Chase Birch&Osit RememberTruFrends 

Para Mirjahangiry 

2 All MY BOYZ FM CF CF BB RH RR RG AC CS AV 
SK JG VC & 2 NEBDY I FORGOT LUV U ALL.TXS 4 
THE GD MEMS & GR-8 X'S STILL HAV SUM 01 

llissa Nico 

*No Luv.No Frndshp can cross the path of our destiny 
w/o leaving a mark on it 4evr*JDHS-Bst4YrsOfMyLife' 
BFF*VBAKAJJFCDLDMBVKAPNS*LipSync*WW*Ny 
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OthrLoves.., ILY* GoodLuck& CongratsToTheClassOf 
01-Dont4get2Smile-MyLuvAlways&Forevr-llissaKara" 

Olga Oksov 

MOM&DAD THNKS4EVRYTHNG I LUV U.JG I LUV 
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SK*THNKS4MAKIN ME SMILE! U MAK MY WRLD 
COMPLETEIGDMEMS.EURO2000- 
RK*AP*AK'LDGDX!CONGRATS CLASS OF 2001! 

Claudia Petrilli 

*Mom&Dad-bstparents Thx4alwysbein' there4me 

&believin'inmelLY* DanielaURmybstfrndwehave 

bsttalks&laughslLY'JS-funSRconcertsHuckFinn- 

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lloveyou&missyou-you'llalwaysbeinmyheart* 

Alisandra Puliti 

NEW PLACES NEW FACESTHESE4 YRS FLEW BY 
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BYEBYEBYE 



Dana Rutkowski 

2 All My Frnds ILY Always*IN*WhatDoUWantMe2 
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HaveMadeltW/OUGuys! MuchLuv2AII* 

Nicole Sayki 

1 y 2myFmly*lwdNevrHadMadeitw/outU*Mom-URMy 

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99*LouieNNicole2gether4ever 

Christina Tomasino 

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ofMEMS 4yrsofVrstyBball#23Capt* Luv2mygrls8AV- 
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NSYNCCncrts*2Classof 2001 'Good Luck 2 Evryl 

Mark Tratenberg 

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footbridge across the River Thames 
connecting London's St. Paul 
Cathedral with the Tate Modern Art 
Gallery, opens in June. It is the tirst 
bridge to be built over the Thames 
in 100 years. 



D Gas prices soar across Europe. Heavy taxation policies in France and 
England cause massive protests and transportation blockades. Both 
governments eventually promise relief. 





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is sworn into office as Russia's new 
president in May 2000, succeeding 
long-time leader Boris Yeltsin. 
Despite fears of an authoritarian 
style, Putin's public approval ratings 
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A Floods in Southeast Asia are 
caused by days of pounding rain. 
Millions are forced to leave their 
homes and more than a thousand 
people die in the region's worst 
flooding in decades. 



A President Clinton travels to 
Southeast Asia in November to help 
mend relations between the United 
States and Vietnam. He is the first 
U.S. president to visit Vietnam since 
the end of the war in 1975. 



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A A cable car carrying skiers 
and snowboarders in Austria 
catches fire inside a tunnel, 
killing more than 150 people 
on board. It is the worst Alpine 
disaster in the country's history. 



A Yugoslav President Slobodan 
Milosevic is ousted from office in 
October, ending 13 years of violent 
rule. Vojislav Kostunica becomes 
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street artists 
called "Strange 
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gravity-defying 
feats around 
the world. The 
performers float 
above the audience 
on 15-foot 
fiberglass poles. 



President Clinton makes a last- 
ditch effort to broker a Middle East 
peace deal before his term ends 
in January 2001 by drafting a plan for 
leaders of both Israel and Palestine 
to review. Israeli Prime Minister 
Ehud Barak and Palestinian Yasser 
Arafat agree to review Clinton's 
proposal, but no deal is signed 
before month's end. 

A Singapore Airlines jumbo jet 
crashes during takeoff in Taiwan, 
killing 81 of the 179 people on board. 
In a blinding rainstorm the pilot uses 
the wrong runway and collides with 
construction equipment. 




Q Canada mourns the death of former 
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. who 
served the country for nearly 16 years. 
Trudeau, who was 80, is remembered 
for his flamboyant style and his 
commitment to keeping Canada a 
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Q In August, the Russian nuclear submarine 
Kursk sinks to the bottom of the Barents Sea 
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□ Two hundred North and South 
Koreans separated from family 
members since the 1950-1953 
Korean war reunite in August. The 
four-day visits are a goodwill gesture 
by both countries' leaders, who met 
for the first time in June. 




AIDS reaches epidemic proportions 
in southern Africa. Leaders and 
citizens throughout the world 
conduct a massive educational 
campaign on World AIDS Day 
December 1 to teach people about 
the disease that is killing 6,000 
sub-Saharan Africans each day. 

Uganda is struck by an occurrence 
of the deadly Ebola virus that is 
linked to more than 100 deaths. 
The outbreak is traced to a Gulu 
woman who died in September 
and whose body infected other 
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earthquake devastates Gujarat in 
western India. The huge quake 
causes an estimated $5.5 billion 
in damages and kills more than 
20,000 people. 



A in August, Somalia elects its first 
president in nine years. President 
Abdiqasim Salad Hassan promises 
to bring peace and economic 
recovery to the African nation. 




D In July, an Air France Concorde supersonic jet catches fire and crashes 
outside Paris, killing 113 people. The crash is blamed on metal debris which 
punctured the tires and damaged the fuel tanks. 




A Former Coca-Cola executive 
Vicente Fox, of the National 
Action Party, is elected president 
of Mexico in July, ending the 
Institutional Revolutionary Party's 
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A More than 150 world leaders meet 
at the U.N. Millennium Summit in 
September to discuss war, poverty, 
disease and other global problems. 
The meeting is the largest gathering 
of world leaders in history. 



Q The worst wave of Middle Eastern violence in years erupts between 
Israelis and Palestinians, leaving more than 350 dead. A visit by Israeli 
opposition leader Ariel Sharon to a Jerusalem holy site on September 28 
is claimed to have sparked the fighting. 





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Permanent Normal Trade Relations 
bill in September to open up trade 
between the United States and China. 
The bill is expected to increase U.S. 
exports by $13 billion annually. 



In the worst forest fire season in 50 years, more than 20,000 firefighters 
battle blazes in the western United States. More than 80 major wildfires 
burn across 13 states, forcing hundreds of people to leave their homes. 






^ Firestone initiates the largest tire 
recall in history after dozens of 
rollover accidents appear to be 
caused by faulty treads. At least 148 
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some of the worst flight delays on 
record. Bad weather and heavy air 
traffic cause delays that reach a 
peak in June, when only 66% of 
the flights arrive on time. 



A Illegal downloading and missing 
computer tapes threaten the security 
of the Los Alamos nuclear weapons 
lab in New Mexico. Several 
workers at the lab are penalized 
for mishandling nuclear secrets. 



A The Women's Museum: An 
Institute for the Future opens in 
September in Dallas. The museum 
profiles 3,000 remarkable 
American women and features 
more than 20 interactive exhibits. 



A Many brands of taco shells and 
corn chips are pulled from store 
shelves and restaurants after a 
consumer group detects traces 
of genetically modified com not 
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B Convicted of 
monopoly practices 
in the software 
ndustry, Microsoft 
Corporation is 
ordered by a federal 
district judge in June 
to break into two 
separate companies. 
Company chairman 
Bill Gates files for 
an appeal. 



A wave of Internet startup 
companies, once the darlings 
of the online economy, file for 
bankruptcy after falling short 
of stockholders' earnings 
expectations. The NASDAQ stock 
exchange, where most dot-coms 
are traded, loses 39% of its value 
for the year. 

Millions of Californians go for hours 
without power in January 2001 as 
utility companies cut off electrical 
supply due to low reserves. The 
crisis, blamed on aging generating 
plants, deregulation, soaring 
wholesale prices and debt-ridden 
utilities, spurs other states to 
begin devising prevention plans. 




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Memorial is unveiled in April 2000. 
The memorial is built to honor the 168 
people who died in the 1995 bombing 
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D On December 4, 2000, the U.S. presidency remains in 
limbo as both Florida and New Mexico officials recount 
ballots to determine who will win their state's electoral 
votes. New Mexico goes to Gore. Ultimately, Bush wins 
Florida which gives him a narrow victory. 



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Q In the closest presidential election 
in more than 100 years, Republican 
George W. Bush of Texas beats 
Democrat Al Gore from Tennessee. 
The race isn't decided until 36 days 
after the popular election, when 
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25 electoral votes are awarded to Bush 




On election night, several TV 
networks prematurely declare Al Gore 
the winner in Florida, only later to 
reverse themselves, twice. The 
fiasco confirms many Americans' 
distrust of polling and early "calling" 
of elections. 

In one of his first duties as President- 
elect, George W. Bush nominates 
Colin Powell to be Secretary of State. 
The four-star Army General becomes 
the first African-American in history 
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ballots become common terms 
during the election as Florida officials 
assess voter intent. The confusion 
generates national discussion for 
uniform methods of voting. 



A The U.S. Supreme Court casts 
the deciding vote in the nation's 
election. The court ends the Gore- 
Bush legal battles in Florida by 
stopping all recounting, an action 
that effectively gives Bush victory. 



A In a fiery and highly publicized 
political battle, Hillary Rodham 
Clinton beats Republican Rick Lazio 
decisively to become senator from 
New York. She is the first first lady 
to be elected to public office. 



A Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan 
is elected to the Senate days after he 
dies in a November plane crash. His 
widow, Jean Carnahan, agrees to 
serve as senator in his place. 




Q The Federal Trade Commission charges the film, recording and 
video-game industries with marketing violent and adult-rated materials to 
teens. The entertainment giants are requested to stop the practice or face 
legal intervention. 



Q In October, the USS Cole is bombed while refueling in Yemen. A number of 
terrorist groups are suspected of the blast that kills 17 sailors and injures 39. 






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a comeback as an 
economical alternative 
to cell phones. The new 
generation talkies come 
in wild styles and have 
a range of two or 
more miles. 




D In August, a mile-wide patch ot open water is spotted at the North Pole, 
dramatizing concerns about global warming. 



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that can reach 300,000 miles high may 
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the publishing world by releasing 
one of the first online books, The 
Plant. More than 150,000 copies 
are downloaded the first week at 
$1 per chapter. 



A in a Guatemalan jungle, 
archeologists uncover remains of an 
ancient Mayan palace. Bigger than 
two football fields, the palace is one 
of the largest ever discovered. 



A Internet appliances that provide 
surfing and e-mailing capabilities 
make their way to homes and schools. 
The devices offer less expensive 
Internet access to consumers without 
home computers. 



A In 2000, more than 200 animal 
species join the Iberian Lynx on the 
World Conservation Union's List of 
Threatened Species. Their addition 
brings the world total to 11,046 plants 
and animals having threatened status. 




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Assistants (PDAs) 
capable of calendar 
scheduling, note taking, 
e-mailing, phoning and 
Web browsing go 
mainstream in 2000. 
Competition among 
manufacturers heats 
up with Microsoft, 
BlackBerry. Palm and 
other brands vying 
for shares of the teen 
and business markets. 



Paleontologists identify a new 
species of dinosaur from fossils 
found in northern Italy. The 
26-toot long, meat-eating 
Saltriosaur is one of the world's 
oldest dinosaurs, dating back 200 
million years. 

Scientists are forced to rethink the 
traditional definitions of a star and 
planet when 18 massive planet-like 
bodies that don't revolve around 
a sun are discovered in the Sigma 
Orionis cluster. 




C! Final touches are made to the 
International Space Station for its 
first residents. American astronaut 
Bill Shepherd and two Russian 
cosmonauts live on the space station 
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Q Wireless devices that send 
real-time personal messages 
between users become the latest 
communication craze. The "instant 
messages" can be typed, written or 
spoken, depending on the brand, 
and devices cost less than $100. 



D In 2000, both Honda and Toyota launch gas-electric 
hybrid cars. Operated by a battery-powered electric motor 
and a gas-run engine, the hybrids get up to 70 miles per 
gallon on the highway and release minimal emissions. 



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New Internet domain names are 
created to lessen the load on the 
old .com standard. The new names, 
slated for use in mid-2001, include 
.info for general use, .biz for 
businesses, .name for individuals 
and .pro for professionals. 

Scientists complete a rough "map" 
of the genetic code that makes 
a person human. The map will aid 
in the detection and prevention of 
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Q New prepaid credit cards and 
online credit lines are the latest 
high-tech means tor parents to 
control their teens' spending. 
Depending on the account, parents 
determine the spending limit or 
the online stores where the money 
can be spent and receive monthly 
statements of purchases made. 



D A new Web site, Customatix.com, lets users design their own 
sneakers. Starting from scratch or selecting a prefab model, users 
can pick everything from the colors and styling to the fabric and 
personalized logo at a cost of $80 to $95 a pair. 




MH-18, billed as the first national 
lifestyle magazine for guys 13 to 
18, hits newsstands in August. The 
Men's Health offshoot covers sports, 
fitness, school, relationships and 
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Q Message T-shirts become fashion statements 
among teen girls. "Foxy Lady," "Princess" and "Monkey 
Around" are just a few of the tongue-in-cheek logos 
that appear on the popular shirts. 



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By the end of 2000, an estimated 
75% of U.S. universities offer 
courses online and more than 5.8 
million students have logged on. 

With the 2000 unemployment rate 
at a low of 4%, college students 
working as summer interns 
command wages up to $20 an 
hour, along with compensation 
packages, from high-tech and 
Internet companies. 



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of the old scooter are one of the year's 
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Origins, Hermes and Blistex begin become popular fashion accessories 

to market products in portable for teen girls, accenting the face, 

single-use packets. Products include neck and shoulders, 
nail polish remover, scented wipes, 
hair conditioners and moisturizers. 



A Mail-order clothing pioneer 
Lands' End introduces "scan wear." 
The technology captures customers' 
body measurements, and allows 
users to virtually "try on" clothing 
when ordering via the Internet. 



A "Personal TVs" by TiVo and 
ReplayTV allow users to control 
live TV by pausing or rewinding 
and to record their favorite shows 
without having to set a VCR timer 
or purchase videotapes. 




Q Chrysler rolls out its 1930s retro car, the PT Cruiser, in spring 2000. 
The five-door "personal transportation" wagon is a hot seller, beating the 
popular Volkswagen New Beetle by two to one in the first month. It also 
wins Motor Trend magazine's 2001 Car of the Year. 



D Teens involved in anti-smoking organizations such as The Truth and 
Target Market strike back at Big Tobacco for marketing to youth, by 
launching their own in-your-face advertising campaigns targeting cigarette 
makers. The print and broadcast ads are sponsored by funds won from 
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M A new computer video game called 
"The Sims," which simulates the life of 
a suburban family, develops a fanatical 
following with teens. Players create the 
characters and guide them through 
building a house, furnishing it, finding 
a career and running a family in their 
pursuit of happiness. 




D The Millennium Force, the world's tallest and fastest roller 
coaster, opens in May 2000 at the Cedar Point amusement park 
in Sandusky, Ohio. The ride has a 300-foot drop and travels up 
to 92 miles per hour. 




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D Jim Carrey stirs up trouble in the 
town of Whoville in an adaptation of 
the Dr. Seuss classic, How the Grinch 
Stole Christmas. The Grinch, which 
opens in November, is the highest 
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A Meet the Parents, starring Robert 
De Niro and Ben Stiller, opens in 
October. The movie wins Favorite 
Comedy Motion Picture at the 
People's Choice Awards, and De Niro 
earns a Golden Globe nomination. 



A in July, CBS launches "Big Brother," A UPN's weekly series "WWF 



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out. Viewers can monitor contestants 7.3 million viewers 
24/7 on the show's Web site. 



Smackdown!" starring professional 
wrestler The Rock is the network's 
most-watched show in 2000, with 



A in December, Cast Away is 
released, starring Tom Hanks as a 
crash victim stranded on a desert 
island for four years. For his nearly 
one-man performance Hanks wins 
Best Actor at the Golden Globes. 



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B Gamers camp outside 
electronics stores to 
secure the long-awaited 
Sony PlayStation 2, which 
goes on sale in October 
in limited quantities. The 
new version allows users 
to listen to CDs and watch 
DVD movies in addition to 
playing games. 



The first big hit in 2001 is Save 
the Last Dance, which opens in 
January. The teen romance, 
starring Julia Stiles and Sean 
Patrick Thomas, earns close to 
$50 million in its first two weeks. 

Pay It Forward, a movie based on 
the idea of performing random 
acts of kindness, opens in October 
starring Haley Joel Osment, 
Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt. 




D Tom Cruise reprises his role as 
Ethan Hunt in the action sequel 
Mission: Impossible 2. The May 
release is summer's biggest box-office 
draw and 2000's second-highest 
grossing film, earning more than 
$215 million. 



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Q Popular television series prompt the introduction 
of board game versions. "Survivor" and "Who Wants 
To Be a Millionaire" lead the list of new releases. 



In November, illusionist David 
Blaine is encased in ice for 62 
hours in New York's Times Square, 
assisted only with air and 
water tubes and a catheter. Blaine, 
who was seeking notoriety over 
national TV, survives the stunt but 
requires hospitalization. 

Russell Crowe becomes a 
household name with the release 
of Gladiator. The epic film wins 
a Golden Globe Award for Best 
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the popularity of the music genre. 
Players make their way around 
an album-like board by answering 
questions about Hip-Hop performers, 
songs, culture and history. 





C In response to the growing interest in Latin music, CBS airs the 
"1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards" in September. The show is the first 
primetime network Spanish language telecast on American TV and draws 
7 5 million viewers. 



Hip-Hop remains one of the year's 
dominant sounds, with acts such as 
DMX, Jay-Z and Ludacris all making 
Billboard's Top 40 with new songs 
^ and selling more than a million 
copies of their latest CDs. 




Q Creed, with lead singer Scott Stapp. 
proves to be one of 2000's hottest rock 
bands, with their singles "Higher" and 
"With Arms Wide Open" hitting the top 
5 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles list. 
The group wins American Music 
Association's Favorite Alternative Artist 
and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. 




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benchmarks set for the number of albums sold. Britney lIHwH 
Spears' Oops... I Did it Again, Eminem's The Marshall Mathers 
LP, Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored 
Water and Backstreet Boys' Black & Blue all break the 
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H Napster loses several court battles with the recording 
industry over copyright infringement. The popular online 
music sharing service, with over 60 million users, faces 
shut-down unless it can create a new business formula 
that satisfies the major recording labels. 




The Beatles begin 2001 atop the 
Billboard album chart with the 
album 1. The CD sells more 
than 5 million copies over the 
holiday season. 

Sisqo, a member of the R&B 
band Dru Hill, goes solo in 2000. 
The singer tops the singles chart 
with "Incomplete" and "Thong 
Song" and takes home awards 
from Billboard and the American 
Music Association. 



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Q Baha Men's hit song "Who Let the Dogs Out" reaches anthem status 
at sports stadiums across the country. The song also wins a Grammy 
nomination for Best Dance Recording. 






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Q Venus Williams dominates women's 
tennis. The 20-year-old has a 35-match 
winning streak, which includes the titles 
at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open as well 
as an Olympic gold medal. 




With a win against the University 
of Dayton in September, Yale 
becomes the first college team 
to win 800 football games. 



In January 2001, after a three-year 
hiatus, legendary Mario Lemieux 
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he now part-owns. Lemieux 
becomes the first owner/player 
in the history of the NHL. 




C Cyclist Lance Armstrong wins his 
second consecutive Tour de France in 
July. Armstrong, a cancer survivor, also 
writes his autobiography It's Not About 
the Bike: My Journey Back to Life. 



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Q The Los Angeles Lakers win the NBA 
championship, the franchise's first in 12 years. 
The Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers in game six of 
the finals. Center Shaquille O'Neal is named MVP. 



i June, the New Jersey 
Devils win their second Stanley 
Cup in six seasons by defeating 
defending champion Dallas Stars 
four games to two in the finals. 
Scott Stevens wins the Conn 
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NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr., 
a seven-time Winston Cup champion, 
is killed on the last lap of the 
Daytona 500 in February 2001. 
NASCAR does not retire numbers, 
but car owner Richard Childress 
[said he will never again race 
Earnhardt's black No. 3 car. 

Xtreme Football debuts in February 
2001. The game combines 
conventional football rules with 
some of the mayhem of professional 
wrestling. Eight teams play in the 
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A Laura Wilkinson overcomes 
three broken toes to win the 
women's 10-meter platform diving 
competition. Wilkinson is the first 
American woman to earn the gold 
in this Olympic event since 1964. 



A in a huge upset, American 
Greco-Roman wrestler Rulon 
Gardner defeats Russian legend 
Alexander Karelin for the gold in 
the super heavyweight class. The 
loss is Karelin's first in 13 years. 



A American swimmer Misty Hyman 
beats out heavily favored Susie 
O'Neill of Australia to win the 200- 
meter butterfly. Hyman's winning 
time of 2:05.88 is an Olympic record. 



A American runner Michael Johnson 
makes history by winning the 400- 
meter run for an unprecedented 
second time in a row at the Olympics. 
Alvin Harrison, also from the United 
States, wins the silver medal. 




Q The Baltimore Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7 in Super Bowl 
XXXV for their first NFL title. Ray Lewis of Baltimore's highly touted defense 
is named MVP of the game. 



O Cathy Freeman carries the Olympic torch at the opening ceremonies 
of the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney. Freeman goes on to win the 400- 
meter dash, becoming the first Aboriginal Australian to earn an individual 
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Q Paula Prince of Port Richey, 
Florida, wins the sixth annual Ugly 
Couch Contest, sponsored by a 
slipcover manufacturer, with her 
vintage 70s entry. Prince and two 
other contest finalists appear on 
ABC's "Live! With Regis" in October. 




D Comedian Dennis Miller debuts as co-announcer on ABC's 
"Monday Night Football." Miller's offbeat humor gets a mixed 
reaction from fans, and the series earns some of the lowest 
ratings in its 31 -year history. 




Q Fred Rogers, host of the children's 
PBS show "Mister Rogers' 
Neighborhood," announces he will tie 
his tennis shoes for the last time, 
when his final new episode airs in 
August 2001. Rogers will continue to 
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about himself, New Jersey native 
Brett Banfe, 18, takes a one-year 
vow of silence. He communicates 
by e-mail, facial expressions and 
business cards. 



A Runner Maria Runyan, who is 
legally blind, becomes the first U.S. 
Paralympian to compete in the 
Olympics. Runyan places 8th in the 
1 ,500-meter run at the 2000 Summer 
Games in Sydney, Australia. 



A England celebrates the 100th 
birthday of the Queen Mum, mother 
of Queen Elizabeth, in August. The 
beloved Mum becomes the oldest 
living royal in the history of the 
British Monarchy. 



A in October, Slovenian climber 
Davo Karnicar becomes the first 
person to ski down Mount Everest. 
Karnicar's two-mile descent down 
the world's highest mountain 
takes five hours. 



H In honor of the late 
cartoonist Charles M. 
Schulz, 101 fiberglass 
Snoopy statues — each in 
a theme wardrobe — are 
displayed in Schulz's hometown 
of St. Paul. Several are 
auctioned off in October 
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Video gamer Josh Griffith, 17, 
starts a business filling in for 
other gamers involved in an 
online roleplaying game called 
"Asheron's Call." Players are 
required to put in hours of 
game time to keep their online 
characters powerful. Busy 
executives pay Griffith up to 
$40 an hour to play for them. 

After a record 3,545 wins and 
$81 million in earnings during 
her 19-year career, jockey Julie 
Krone becomes the first woman 
inducted into the National Racing 
Hall of Fame. 




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basketball coach Bob Knight is fired in 
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